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Re: problem found

From: John Alvord
Subject: Re: problem found
Date: Sun, 29 Apr 2001 20:40:44 GMT

On Sun, 29 Apr 2001 15:00:51 +0200, Neta Bar Tal <address@hidden>

>Hi there!
>when i use GNU make with the -j flag, all the output of the process
>(compiling in parallel) is mixed together,
>what can I do in order to avoid this situation (maybe I should flush the
>buffers in each child process, but I don't know where
>to change it).
>please help if you can
>p.s - im using version 3.79.1 of GNU-MAKE and HP-UNIX as my operating

What I do is to make sure that each process writes files and uses
temporary files that are different. That depends entirely on the
compiler. For example, the SAS/C cross compiler has a -temp option
that lets you set the directory to use for temporary files. 


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