|Subject:||Re: Improvement on parallel make|
|Date:||Tue, 12 Dec 2006 16:03:49 +0000|
Christophe Lyon writes:Consider a variant of this; the original Makefile is: all: one two three one: some-deps1 cmds1 two: some-deps2 cmds2 three: some-deps3cmds3Now, I call "make -j" and discover that one two and three should be ransequentially, I suppose you will suggest to have two depend on one and three depend on two. But then, I would like that when I call "make two", only two is rebuilt, not "one".Inserting .WAIT in the all target solves this issue, without calling make recursively.As does making one a prerequisite of two.
Oops, sorry. You already said that. Let me digest the latest messages before going further. Brendan
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