Perhaps we should use a different name for the script (the one-liner)
like emake (since all other portage-programs seems to be named
efoobar) so that there is no confusion in the future?.
If it was non-parallel building that AJ Lewis wanted just set
MAKEOPTS="" in /etc/make.conf.
> On Mon, Jun 11, 2001 at 09:41:31PM -0600, Daniel Robbins wrote:
> > On Mon, Jun 11, 2001 at 09:41:04PM -0500, AJ Lewis wrote:
> > > Suggestion: make a new USE variable called 'pmake' or something,
> > >and check it in these ebuild files. If it's not defined, use
> > >regular make. Some people might not have pmake installed, or they
> > >may not want to use it. If you absolutely cannot bring yourself to
> > >do that, at least put pmake in the DEPENDS line, please!
> > pmake is not a program; it is a one-line script that calls GNU make
> >with special options that enable parallel building. :)
> actually, it is a program. Atleast three of them.
> PMAKE - A Parallel MPI Version of GNU Make.
> The parallel make(1) program from the Sprite project
> pmake - a perl 'make' replacement
> diffenently more.
> bit of digging, I see that it is part of portage. Hmmm. Maybe it
> needs to be added to the man pages?
> Hmmm. this probably is coming off much harsher than I intened. I
> don't mean it to be. I'm sleepy. I shouldn't be online anymore.... I
> posted this anyways.
> Michael Tilstra tadpol@...
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