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[PATCH] gcc-4.8: Parallel build failure due to missing header insn-opinit.h

It appears the generated header file, insn-opinit.h is new as of gcc 4.8.
To support parallel builds, gcc/ defines a variable containing prerequisite files which guarantees they are built early.
On inspection of gcc/ it is obvious that its absence from the 'generated_files' variable is an oversight - the patch simply adds it.

Quoting from gcc/ "
	# Language-independent object files.
	# We put the insn-*.o files first so that a parallel make will build
	# them sooner, because they are large and otherwise tend to be the
	# last objects to finish building.

	* without patch *
	A parallel build on my 4-core i5 @ 2.5GHz will always fail.
	A parallel build on my 2-core Core Duo @ 1.87GHz will always succeed.
	A non-parallel build (make -j 1) will always succeed on either of the above machines.

	* with patch *
	Both non- and parallel builds always succeed.

Tested on the following gcc versions:

 gcc/ | 4 ++--
 1 file changed, 2 insertions(+), 2 deletions(-)

diff --git a/gcc/ b/gcc/
index 4b04d64..e9ee4a0 100644
--- a/gcc/
+++ b/gcc/
@@ -3801,8 +3801,8 @@ s-gtype: build/gengtype$(build_exeext) $(filter-out [%], $(GTFILES)) \
 	$(STAMP) s-gtype
 generated_files = config.h tm.h $(TM_P_H) $(TM_H) multilib.h \
-       $(simple_generated_h) specs.h \
-       tree-check.h genrtl.h insn-modes.h tm-preds.h tm-constrs.h \
+       $(simple_generated_h) specs.h tree-check.h insn-opinit.h \
+       genrtl.h insn-modes.h tm-preds.h tm-constrs.h \
        $(ALL_GTFILES_H) gtype-desc.c gtype-desc.h gcov-iov.h
 # In order for parallel make to really start compiling the expensive

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