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SubjectRe: make -j changed behaviour
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"Nicholas J. Leon" <nicholas@binary9.net> writes:

|> On Thu, 17 Sep 1998, Benjamin Redelings I wrote:
|>
|> # This is a good thing. To get this behaviour before, you had to do:
|> # MAKE='make -j4' make -j4
|> # which was redundant.
|>
|> But _what_ changed that caused this?

The makefiles were fixed to properly use make targets instead of explicit
shell loops for starting sub-makes. This means that the sub-makes can now
be started in parallel instead of being forced to run one after the other.

--
Andreas Schwab "And now for something
schwab@issan.informatik.uni-dortmund.de completely different"
schwab@gnu.org

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