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doc(INSTALL.md): update according to 56e9fca

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mycoboco committed Jun 14, 2017
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Supported `make` targets are:
- `all`: builds all the libraries into the build directory. The directory has
two sub-directories, one for header files and the other for static(`.a`) and
shared objects(`.so`).
- `all`: builds the libraries into the build directory. The directory has two
sub-directories, one for header files and the other for static(`.a`) and
shared objects(`.so`). Because of the memory library, two versions of `cbl`
are generated with different names; `cbl` for production and `cbld` for
debugging. Necessary headers are placed in the `build/include` directory.
- `static`: same as `all` except that only static libraries (`.a`) are built
into the build directory.
into the build directory. Two versions of `cbl` are generated as explained.
Necessary headers are placed in the `build/include` directory.
- `cbl`: builds only the libraries belonged to `cbl`. Because the memory
library has two versions, two versions of `cbl` are generated with different
names; `cbl` for production and `cbld` for debugging. Necessary headers are
also placed in the `build/include` directory.
- `cdsl`: builds only the libraries belonged to `cdsl`. Necessary headers are
also placed in the `build/include` directory.
- `cel`: builds only the libraries belonged to `cel`. Necessary headers are
also placed in the `build/include` directory.
- `clean`: deletes all files generated when building the libraries. Unless
you add files, this leaves only the files that were in the distribution.
Even if separate building of libraries is specified, all libraries in `cdsl`
and most in `cel` depend on `cbl`, thus require it.
- `clean`: deletes all files generated while building the libraries.
Some libraries in `cbl` should be informed of the maximum alignment requirement
imposed by the execution environment. If the macro named `MEM_MAXALIGN` is not

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