Re: [Rhythmbox-devel] make -jN compile problem

I do: --enable-daap --enable-tag-writing --enable-track-transfer --enable-python --enable-libnotify --enable-musicbrainz --with-mdns=avahi --with-rhythmdb-debug=2 --disable-lirc --with-dbus --enable-uninstalled-build

then make -j3 errors to this: (sorry it's in french "no rules to make target ...")

make[4]: *** Pas de règle pour fabriquer la cible « ../metadata/ », nécessaire pour « rhythmbox-metadata ». Arrêt.

what I said on --enable-dbus was wrong: I get the error with and without. And of course simply 'make' works fine.


On 5/2/06, James Doc Livingston <doclivingston gmail com> wrote:
On Sat, 2006-04-29 at 14:48 +0200, Christophe Dehais wrote:
> I noticed that compiling with make -jN raised a compilation error in
> the current CVS.
> It's not a big issue (it's just that the CPU load tops at 50% with
> HT-enabled CPUs when not using -jN).
> It may well come from my own system setup (debian).
> For further information, I also noticed that it's the dbus part that
> is responsible for this (removing --enable-bus makes -j3 work)

Compiling with -j3 works fine for me. Could you post the error message
you're getting?


James "Doc" Livingston
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