Commit ecfd8ceb authored by Eli Zaretskii's avatar Eli Zaretskii
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Update table of supported Make ports. Show "make -j" command that is known

to work.
parent 56a469c3
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With GNU Make, you can use the -j command-line option to have
Make execute several commands at once, like this:
gmake -j 4 XMFLAGS="-j 3"
gmake -j 2 XMFLAGS="-j 2"
The XMFLAGS variable overrides the default behavior of GNU Make
on Windows, whereby recursive Make invocations reset the maximum
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build (latest versions of the Cygwin toolkit, at least since v1.3.3,
include the MinGW headers and libraries as an integral part).
Note that building Emacs with Visual Studio 2005 is not supported at
this time.
The rest of this file assumes you have a working development
environment. If you just installed such an environment, try
building a trivial C "Hello world" program, and see if it works. If
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cygwin compiled make 3.80: fails?[6] fails?[6]
cygwin compiled make 3.81: fails fails?[6]
mingw32 compiled make 3.79.1: okay okay
mingw32 compiled make 3.80: okay unknown[6]
mingw32 compiled make 3.80: okay okay[6]
mingw32 compiled make 3.81: okay okay[7]
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[4] may fail on Windows 9X and Windows ME; if so, install Bash.
[5] fails when building leim due to the use of cygwin style paths.
May work if building emacs without leim.
[6] please report if you try this combination.
[6] not recommended; please report if you try this combination.
[7] tested only on Windows XP.
Other compilers may work, but specific reports from people that have
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