I can reproduce this behaviour. It seems like making the rabbitmq-server
includes making the plugins, which somehow tries to re-make the server
-- and I (eventually) recurse off the forking stack.
Making the release beforehand probably stops the recursion starting.
This probably started when we decided to ship all the plugins with the
server -- so we build them as part of the rabbitmq-server build now. But
I'm slightly surprised that no-one has complained about this already.
In development we build rabbitmq-server from our development umbrella
repo, which INCLUDES the public-umbrella repo, so the plugins are built
after the server is already done (I think). So we don't see this,
I'm going to see if I can find out where the recursion happens and see
why it does.
Steve Powell (a happy bunny)
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On 15 Apr 2012, at 20:48, Alvaro Videla wrote:
> I'm trying to run the "make plugins" target from rabbitmq-server Makefile (obtained from the umbrella repo)
> If I run the target like this it fails:
> make plugins PLUGINS_SRC_DIR="`pwd`/.." VERSION=2.8.1u
> Since I start to get the same output again and again. See this gist: https://gist.github.com/2394475 >
> Unless I ran before the following target from the rabbitmq-public-umbrella Makefile:
> make release VERSION=2.8.1u
> I understand that the "plugins" target will call that one, so I'm puzzled here.
> I also tried adding the following target in the rabbitmq-server/Makefile
> $(MAKE) -C "$(PLUGINS_SRC_DIR)" clean
> Running it like:
> make mydebug PLUGINS_SRC_DIR=..
> also fails with the same output as in the previous gist.
> Any ideas on what might be wrong? Am I missing something?
> Alvaro Videla
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