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Re: [cdt-dev] internal builders always rebuilds everything when parallel build is enabled

I remember running into it a number of years ago. But I can¹t remember how
it was resolved. I do remember it being a really nasty problem and I
struggled to figure out what was happening. So I¹m not much help.


On 2015-09-07, 3:37 AM, "cdt-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx on behalf of Jesper
Eskilson" <cdt-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx on behalf of
jesper.eskilson@xxxxxxx> wrote:

>I'm trying to figure out if
> is still relevant.
>There are two different problems, one being that the internal builder
>always rebuilds everything when parallel build is enabled, and the other
>one is that pre/post-build steps are ignored by the internal builder
>when building in parallel.
>The pre/post-build step problem seems to still be there and is easily
>reproducible on both windows and linux, but the rebuild-everything
>problem does not seem to be there anymore, at least not as far as I can
>tell. Does anyone know if it has been fixed intentionally? I have a
>vague recollection about Doug saying something to that effect during a
>EclipseCon CDT summit some year ago. :)
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