On Sep 10, 3:13   򮮮 
> On Sep 10, 2008, at 11:06 AM, Trans wrote:
>
> > Is it worth potentially breaking Rakefiles to prevent this sort of
> > thing (like drake -j2 or more does)? I'm not so sure. While one might
> > consider this Rakefile "bad design" because it doesn't fit the
> > original formal notion, it nonetheless does what one would expect it
> > to do. I think I'd rather have that, than the potential for ambiguous
> > behavior.
>
> They aren't potentially broken, they are broken.       

There's no such thing as luck in computer programming.

T.