Is it safe to compile multiple ports at the same time ?
uspoerlein at gmail.com
Thu May 18 12:27:43 UTC 2006
Jeremy Chadwick wrote:
> Will this solve (indirectly I presume) the following issue? If not,
> not a big deal, but thought I'd ask anyways, as it's something I've
> run into a couple of times:
> * cd ports/A
> * make
> * ports/A begins building, finds dependancy on ports/X
> * begins building ports/X
> Then in another window/screen/whatever:
> * cd ports/B
> * make clean
> * ports/B begins cleaning out work/ directories for all dependancies,
> which includes ports/X
> Back to the other window:
> * ports/X stops building because you just nuked its work/ directory
> * ports/A breaks due to the above
That's why I set NOCLEANDEPENDS and run portsclean -C from time to time
(actually, I also set 'WRKDIRPREFIX' and usually simply rm -rf
WRKDIRPREFIX, this is *much* faster than 'make clean' anyway).
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