Parallel Port Make 0.22

Parallel Port Make can build FreeBSD ports in parallel to fully take advantage of modern multi-core and processor machine.
Parallel Port Make
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Parallel Port Make project is a tool to build FreeBSD ports in parallel to fully take advantage of modern multi-core and processor machines.

Default: pportmake.py --clean -- cleanup --install -job=2 [port1] [portn]

Example: pportmake.py irc/irssi irc/epic

Advanced: pportmake.py -rSvD -j 10 irc/irssi

-h --help Show this help usage message
-c --clean Clean port before compiling
-C --cleanup Clean port after compiling
-d --deinstall Deinstall ports, implied by reinstall
-f --force Force a port and all dependancies to be installed
-G --noconfig Don't recursively configure options
-i --install Install port (default)
-j n --jobs=n Number of threads to use, 1 or 2 per CPU core
is recommended
Default is 2
-O args --options=foo List of arguments to pass to make.
E.g. -O '-DX11=yes -DFOO'
-r --reinstall Reinstall port and ALL dependancies
-S --maxspeed Try and speed up by maximising CPU usuage.
This may break some ports, use with caution
-w --noclean Don't make clean before compiling
-W --nocleanup Don't make clean after compiling
-v --verbose Be extra verbose
-V --version Show version information
-D --debug Show some debugging info
-P --pretend Don't actually alter the ports

NOTES: It is currently only safe to run 1 copy of this and not have other ports compiling simultaneously

last updated on:
January 16th, 2007, 17:05 GMT
price:
FREE!
developed by:
Gregory Hunt
homepage:
myweb.tiscali.co.uk
license type:
BSD License 
category:
ROOT \ System \ Hardware
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