[haiku-commits] Re: buildbot failure in HAIKU on (whole buildset)
- From: Adrien Destugues <pulkomandy@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- To: haiku-commits@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
- Date: Mon, 15 Jun 2015 07:01:21 +0200
The grist for nsparser.h in the first line looks wrong (it's missing the
x86_gcc2). However I'm not sure why and how to fix that.
I have just added an explicit dependency in hrev49297 to address the issue.
Thanks, but I would prefer a generic solution fixing this in the Lex or
Yacc rule, or maybe moving the invocation of these rules outside the
architecture specific part (the generated file is exactly the same, so
why is it tagged architecture specific in the first place?)
In terms of reproducing, it's fairly straightforward to do:
find objects -name 'nslexer.*' | xargs rm
find objects -name 'nsparser.*' | xargs rm
jam -q '<src!kits!network!netresolv!x86_gcc2>nslexer.o'
Then go crazy poking the jam files :p
I tried this several times on different machines, but here the build
goes just fine, even with jam -j16 or -j32. I'm building from Haiku
however, maybe this somehow avoids the problem.
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