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Re: [PATCH] Fix parallel build failure

From: Ivan Shmakov
Subject: Re: [PATCH] Fix parallel build failure
Date: Mon, 10 Dec 2007 22:06:23 +0700

>>>>> Thomas Schwinge <tschwinge@gnu.org> writes:

 > Guillem, Samuel, thanks for your investiagation, but I had not yet
 > installed this patch for a reason.  It should not be needed at all,
 > as well as also the already-existing ``i386/i386at/boothdr.o:
 > i386/i386/i386asm.h'' dependency line should not be needed.


 > #v+
 > config.status: executing
frob_Makefile_for_dependency_tracking_for_.S_files commands
 > config.status: Your build of GNU Mach won't have dependency tracking for
 >       (preprocessed) Assembler source files.  Consider updating to Automake
 >       1.10 or better if you need such support.
 > #v-

 > This is the problem if I understand things correctly at the moment.
 > Which version of Automake has been used?

 > If we really need to support parallel builds for pre Automake 1.10,

        Debian is rather good at supporting builds in `chroot'ed
        environments.  Thus, it isn't even necessary to install Automake
        1.10 on the host system -- one could be installed on the build
        system precisely for the one build (if one uses `pbuild', at
        least; the same for `buildd', IIUC.)

        ... Perhaps, the Debian source package for GNU Mach lacks a
        (versioned) Build-Dependency on Automake 1.10?

 > I'll see about a way the handle this issue without cluttering the
 > build system with manual dependency tracking code, which is not
 > needed for recent versions of Automake.

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