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12.2.2 How Loaded Objects Are Remade

Loaded objects undergo the same re-make procedure as makefiles (see How Makefiles Are Remade). If any loaded object is recreated, then make will start from scratch and re-read all the makefiles, and reload the object files again. It is not necessary for the loaded object to do anything special to support this.

It’s up to the makefile author to provide the rules needed for rebuilding the loaded object.