>>>> Stephen J Turnbull <stephen(a)xemacs.org> writes:
Sad to say, yes, that certainly could be a problem, even if each
build is run in its own directory.
Each build do run in its own checked out directory. So the are
separated in this respect.
The C code is safe, I think, because all objects and the link are
done in the subdirectory. But build/lisp is a symlink to src/lisp.
This would mean that mule builds could share .elcs with non-mule
builds, which would be a Very Bad Thing, of course.
Since each build is in its own checked out tree this should not be a
problem either or am I missing something here?
There might be other, more subtle, conflicts, too.
I'm more thinking of this. If there are say temporary files created
outside of the checked out tree, /tmp!?, we could get a conflict.
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