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The following reply was made to PR bin/34934; it has been noted by GNATS.
From: Roland Illig <roland.illig%gmx.de@localhost>
Subject: Re: toolchain/34934
Date: Sat, 7 May 2022 12:40:24 +0200
Am 14.02.2022 um 22:35 schrieb David Holland:
> *This* PR is about the sequential form breaking sometimes for targets
> in other directories. As I pointed out in 2006, by default it works
> correctly. (If by chance you have broken this recently, please fix
Thanks for the detailed explanation.
Do you see any chance of making this "sometimes" or "in some cases" more
When you say "sometimes", does this mean that when running the same
scenario 20 times in a row, 3 of them might fail and the other 17 might
When you say "in some cases", does this mean that the behavior is then
either "always fail" or "always succeed", but no mixture?
Could it have something to do with .PATH, or is it enough to have
I ran the following loop for several minutes in the example directory
that you provided; it always generated consistent output.
make > good.out
while :; do
make -s clean
make > new.out
cmp -s new.out good.out || break
Any other ideas to reproduce the wrong behavior?
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