On 25.06.2018 22:33, Reinoud Zandijk wrote: > On Mon, Jun 25, 2018 at 10:29:30PM +0200, Kamil Rytarowski wrote: >> I'm usually going the other direction. If I hit a problem and an issue >> is not visible from a multi-job build (multiple processes print onto the >> same screen concurrently), I go for -j1. If this is still no enough I >> change the verbosity level and check commands that caused a problem. >> >> The -k option wouldn't not help me. >> >> On the other hand, can you just specify -V MAKEFLAGS="-k" in your local >> build? >> > > AFAIK, the MAKEFLAGS are cleared on start; I remember me having tried > something like this before. > > Well, it can also help to just do everything with say -k -j10 and inspect all > failures again with the -k -j1 > I propose to ensure that MAKEFLAGS is possible to be set from a command line, from the ./build.sh command line using -V. The build process has various stages and after a single failure there can be false positives in next reports. I wouldn't use it personally.
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