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Re: Building zsh should work with "make -j2"

On 2007-01-13 10:21:41 -0800, Bart Schaefer wrote:
> I've tried several different ways to introduce dummy build targets to
> force the one portion of the build that is required to be sequetial to
> really be sequential, and failed every time.  The problem is related
> to the way that zsh uses recursive invocations of make with makefiles
> that are (re)compiled as part of the outer invocation; it appears to be
> truly impossible to create a description of this in make syntax because
> the necessary parts of the syntax can't even exist until the outer make
> has already decided that it's OK to parallelize the recurive make.

Since it is not supported, isn't there a way to disable the parallel
build completely in the Makefile? I use the -j2 option systematically.

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