make -j patch
mail at maxlor.com
Thu May 17 23:04:30 UTC 2007
On Thursday 17 May 2007 23:26, Pav Lucistnik wrote:
> Benjamin Lutz píše v čt 17. 05. 2007 v 17:00 +0200:
> > ALLOW_MAKE_JOBS: Goes into a port's makefile. The port maintainer
> > indicates with it that the port can be built with multiple make
> > jobs.
> Nit: what about making this just MAKE_JOBS, for brevity?
Well, all the other switches that go into a ports makefile start with a
verb (USE_* or WANT_*), whereas with variables that don't start with a
verb, their value usually matters. Since ALLOW_MAKE_JOBS is just a
switch, I think the ALLOW should be kept.
But there's another small thing that I changed: BUILD_FAILMSG should of
course also be printed if Perl is used for building. And while here,
move the ===> out of the error message and into the printf format
string. The file has been modified in place, so the URL is still
The previous version, for completeness sake, is here:
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