manopen install fail

Scott Webster sewebster at
Tue Jun 15 11:39:11 PDT 2010

On Tue, Jun 15, 2010 at 11:36 AM, Scott Webster <sewebster at> wrote:
> use_parallel_build
> This keyword is for specifying whether or not it is safe for a port to
> use multiple CPUs or multiple cores in parallel during its build
> phase. If use_parallel_build is not set to “no” in a given port, the
> option -j${} is passed to ${build.cmd} (if ${build.cmd} is
> make or scons).
> Why would it pass -j${} if use_parallel_build is set to NO?
> Wouldn't you want to pass -j1 in this case, since by default
> ${} will be the number of cores (unless low memory)?
> Maybe this is just a typo and that "no" should be a "yes" or else I am
> confused :)

Sigh, reading fail, it says NOT SET to "no" so everything is right
with the world (why can't these things ever be seen before one hits
"send"?).  Nevermind.  I assume that an equivalent way to workaround
this problem would be to use:

sudo port install manopen use_parallel_build=no


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