ports/113132 (make -j patch)
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Wed Mar 12 19:03:06 UTC 2008
On Wed, 12 Mar 2008 18:31:36 +0100
Benjamin Lutz <mail at maxlor.com> wrote:
> On Wednesday 12 March 2008 16:47:25 RW wrote:
> > On Wed, 12 Mar 2008 13:11:51 +0100
> > Benjamin Lutz <mail at maxlor.com> wrote:
> > > This patch has been sitting in GNATS for a couple of months now:
> > >
> > > http://www.freebsd.org/cgi/query-pr.cgi?pr=ports/113132
> > >
> > > I've received a few mails from people reporting success, and none
> > > reporting that bad things have happened. Is it possible to get
> > > this committed?
> > I'm not keen on the way MAKE_JOBS_WHITELIST is implemented as a
> > list. It seems to be out of step with the way similar problems are
> > handled elsewhere. I would have expected a simple flag that can be
> > set per port using portsconf, pkgtools.conf, etc.
> portconf and pkgtools.conf are files that are used by tools external
> to the base ports system (portmaster and portupgrade). The ports
> makefiles do not read them. .
Portconf is a simple script that's executed from /etc/make.conf, so it
gets picked-up by everything.
> The traditional place to put port
> configuration info is /etc/make.conf
Yes, conditional definition in make.conf was the "etc"
> Since using the whitelist is not intended to be an officially
> supported feature, but only exists to make life a bit easier for
> people who are debugging the ports or willing to experiment, I expect
> that on 99% of FreeBSD systems, the whitelist will not be specified
> at all.
But it's actually easier to do it consistently with the existing
conventions, than the way you have it
> I therefore see no reason to increase the complexity of the
> whitelist parsing code by introducing non-make-compatible syntax.
It eliminates the whitelist altogether. A FORCE_MAKE_JOBS flag would
simply be ORed with the ALLOW_MAKE_JOBS flag.
The also allows users to define their own logic in make.conf, for
example to force parallel building for all ports that aren't on a
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