This worked fine for the previous build, which apparently was the same
version. I thought -v was supposed to flag the reasons for the
rebuild with '*' but don't see one.
What is really annoying is that if this is done from an xterm with
DISPLAY set, it pops up a series of GUI windows prompting for MPM
config details. It seems rather out of place for a supposedly
automated build system, and it is also a bit puzzling why it is
important enough to interrupt a build under X but not without X. Here
is that part of the log:
checking for sys/times.h... (cached) yes
checking for times... (cached) yes
checking which MPM to use... worker
Worker: Can't connect to X!
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