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  Re: Developer blog: cnst@: fixing make (mod 11/37)
by Anonymous Coward (88.64.133.128) on Tue Jun 19 16:15:22 2007 (GMT)
  Damn it!

I thought that the bug of "looping on one the CPUs forever, without actually building anything" I encountered on many ports I compiled with my distcc port were related to distcc!

Now I have to reevaluate and rebenchmark distcc for ports. I hope this works out and faster port building with many "crap" machines on my home network becomes reality.

Thank you very much, great work!
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