[PATCH] make C< make parrot > work

The instructions say to run "make parrot", but that won't work because
Configure.pl tells Makefile.in that the test program's name is
'test_parrot'.  This tiny patch fixes that nit.

diff -r -u parrot/Configure.pl parrot-andy/Configure.pl
--- parrot/Configure.pl	Fri Dec 14 20:39:40 2001
+++ parrot-andy/Configure.pl	Tue Dec 18 13:31:08 2001
@@ -84,7 +84,7 @@
 	ld_debug =>     '',			# include debug info in executable
 
   	perl =>			$^X,
-	test_prog =>	'test_parrot' . $Config{_exe},
+	test_prog =>	'parrot' . $Config{_exe},
 	debugging =>	$opt_debugging,
 	rm_f =>		'rm -f',
 	stacklow =>	'(~0xfff)',

-- 
    Andy Dougherty		doughera@lafayette.edu
    Dept. of Physics
    Lafayette College, Easton PA 18042

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