Add some missing dependencies; should fix make after re-configure
Every Haskell compilation in a package should depend on the package-data.mk file for that package. Then, if a package's version number is bumped, we will recompile all the modules in the package so that their interface files get the new version number. This should mean that a simple 'make' will succeed in a couple of scenarios where it didn't before: 1. re-configuring bumps the version number of GHC, so everything in the ghc package (stages 1 & 2) must be recompiled. 2. bumping the version of one of the boot packages does not require a make clean any more. I have tested (1) but not (2). LAX_DEPENDENCIES=YES disabled these new dependencies too.
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