[racket] Build documentation with more than one job

From: Juan Francisco Cantero Hurtado (iam at juanfra.info)
Date: Wed Mar 6 19:21:13 EST 2013

On 03/06/13 22:30, Matthew Flatt wrote:
> At Wed, 06 Mar 2013 19:05:47 +0100, Juan Francisco Cantero Hurtado wrote:
>> On 03/06/13 16:41, Danny Yoo wrote:
>>> On Wed, Mar 6, 2013 at 12:57 AM, Juan Francisco Cantero Hurtado
>>> <iam at juanfra.info> wrote:
>>>> Hi. I'm trying build racket with more than one job (raco -j N). All works OK
>>>> except the documentation.
>>> What version of Racket are you using?  Any information about your
>>> environment will help us try to trace down what's going on.  Do you
>>> have any extra collections installed?
>> OpenBSD current amd64, GCC 4.2 and Racket 5.3.3.
>> --enable-libffi --enable-gracket --enable-jit --enable-foreign
>> --disable-places --enable-float --enable-docs --enable-pthread
>> --enable-lt=/usr/bin/libtool --disable-futures --disable-backtrace
>> No extra collections.
> Using `-j' when places disabled means that a compatibility layer is
> being used. In other words, there's likely a bug in the non-places
> implementation of the `racket/place' API. We'll work on that.
> Meanwhile, beware that `-j' isn't useful without support for places.
> (Probably `raco setup' should issue a warning in that case..)

OK. I was just testing if "-j N" reduces the build time. Apparently it 
uses my two cores.

Anyway, I'll use only one job. I'm disabling all 
non-safe-features-in-my-OS. Thanks for the help :)

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