From: Jurko GospodnetiÄ (jurko.gospodnetic_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-08-10 09:20:30
> I'm using a quad-core machine and using the last bjam from svn trunk (r48043).
> And as long as I use -j in bjam I have occasional problems where
> a install action tries to copy a file and fails, where the just before
> process creates that file. Also when trying to create lib files.
> I'm using windows vista x64.
> When I don't use -j it works fine.
> I don't really understand what happens, if I retry the build, it
> works, or if it fails, it does it
> in another point completely which then succeeds when trying again.
Yup. I've noticed this too. But was hoping this was just something
related to some quite-complex build I noticed it in and did not find the
time to look into it.
Btw. I noticed it on Windows XP with a native Windows bjam build
(i.e. not cygwin).
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