svn commit: r187132 - head/usr.bin/make
obrien at freebsd.org
Fri Jan 30 09:50:06 PST 2009
On Fri, Jan 30, 2009 at 05:56:27PM +0000, Dmitry Marakasov wrote:
> * David O'Brien (obrien at freebsd.org) wrote:
> > I'm sorry I disagree. You're complaining about something that is
> > a feature of FreeBSD 1.x, 2.0 - 3.0, 4.4BSD, all NetBSD versions,
> > all OpenBSD versions, Sprite, and the Open Group's Open Development
> > Environment make.
> Nice. Well I've been using FreeBSD since 4.7, and I don't believe I've
> seen this once.
Please note, FreeBSD 4.7 falls outside the FreeBSD versions I listed.
> Not `BSD user', but just `user'. We can't take somethink that was
> used back in FreBSD 3.0 as common and expected thing. By least
> astonishment I mean:
> - I do not expect to see difference between plain make and parallel
Why? It is operating differently. Do you expect to see any difference
in behavior between a UP or SMP kernel?
> - I do not expect extra messages
Why doesn't all the extra output of:
===> gnu/usr.bin/gperf (obj,depend,all,install)
===> gnu/usr.bin/gperf/doc (obj)
===> gnu/usr.bin/gperf/doc (depend)
===> gnu/usr.bin/gperf/doc (all)
bother you? I expect the "make obj" or "make depend" step to just happen
nicely and quietly. But instead its there.
> - I do not expect behaviour change compared to previous version
Eh? Software has 100,000's of behavior changes between versions.
> Remember, make is not only used in FreeBSD kernel, but also in ports
> (I know -j is not widely used there, but I believe it will someday)
I don't believe it will happen - I've had patches to add -j to ports
build for a long time, there has been very minimal interest in them.
The answer there has aways to be build multiple ports at the same time.
And so many ports aren't tested for '-j' builds it is naive to think the
vast majority of ports would build with '-j'. (my patch was an opt-in
for large things like gcc)
-- David (obrien at FreeBSD.org)
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