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Use make to Manage Local Execution #664

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Overview

GNU make is now used for managing local execution. This is a prerequisite for having parallel, simultaneous processes with dependency relationships between them. There should be no discernible difference in behavior with only this change but without stage splitting -- with stage splitting (#657) independent stages and parts of stages run in parallel.

GNU make is the default on virtually all Linux distributions and on OSX. Windows users are invited to install MinGW's version or to use the inprocess runner for local jobs.

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  • Updated docs/changelog.rst
  • Added needs-backport label if PR is bug fix that applies to previous minor release
  • Ran scripts/format_code and committed any changes
  • Documentation updated if needed
  • PR has a name that won't get you publicly shamed for vagueness
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Nice idea!

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@jamesmcclain jamesmcclain commented Jan 25, 2019

Thanks

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@jamesmcclain jamesmcclain merged commit 8f36fe7 into azavea:develop Jan 25, 2019
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