Tom Lane writes:
> > I've started doing a bit of work on gram.y, and am noticing some new
> > cruftiness in the Makefile: if I add tokens to gram.y/keywords.c then I
> > can't just remake in that directory since parse.h is not updated
> > elsewhere in the tree.
> Uh ... what's your point? If the changes to parse.h affect anything
> else then you ought to be doing a top-level make --- or at the very
> least a make in src/backend --- and that will rebuild
I'm having a feeling that this will not work too well with parallel
make. Every directory needs to know how to make all the files that it
needs. For the case of parse.h it would not be too difficult to teach the
few places that need it:
src/backend$ find -name '*.c' | xargs fgrep 'parse.h' | fgrep -v './parser/'
fmgroids.h on the other hand would be trickier. We might need a
backend/Makefile.inc (perhaps as a wrapper around Makefile.global) to do
it right. But I haven't gotten to the backend tree at all yet.
Peter Eisentraut Sernanders väg 10:115
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