SMP (was [jamming] xxx already defined in lib, ignoring second definition)
alenl-ml at croteam.com
Tue Feb 17 09:21:52 PST 2004
> This has been known to unix developers for a long time, but there are
Thanks for detailed info, it is much appreciated.
> Even on unix, Jam is superior to make in this area because Jam looks at
> everything as a whole. A make process, for example, could recurse into
> a subdirectory providing a dependency, all cpu's blazing, to take care
> of maybe one file while the entire build process waits for this. In
> Jam, the entire dependency tree is known ahead of time so all the cpu's
> are better tasked for the entire project. Sometimes you'll see
> different subprojects being built at the same time!
Yes, I know. And can't wait to make it work on NT. Just waiting for an
equivalent of "on" command.... :/
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