On Fri, Aug 15, 2008 at 11:39:06AM +0300, Mikko Rapeli wrote: | | Allow user to define MAKEFLAGS through build.sh. It's nice when a | MAKEFLAGS=-k is needed to keep going and log all failing objects | in one run. | | diff --git a/build.sh b/build.sh | index 026e5b2..cefa19b 100755 | --- a/build.sh | +++ b/build.sh | @@ -202,7 +202,7 @@ initdefaults() | MAKEFLAGS=-X | ;; | *) | - MAKEFLAGS= | + MAKEFLAGS=$MAKEFLAGS | ;; | esac | I don't think we should pass arbitrary MAKEFLAGS through build.sh, since certain settings are set internally, and I'm concerned that MAKEFLAGS set in the environment could cause difficult to diagnose failures. That doesn't prevent us considering a separate build.sh control to explicitly enable the "make -k" behaviour that you desire. I would have suggested "build.sh -k", but that flag is already used (to warn about deprecated behaviour). I am going to remove the deprecated warnings for -b, -d, -i, -k, -t, since the "new way" for those operations has been in place since before NetBSD 2.0. Then we might be able to use -k in build.sh for the purpose. Luke.
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