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concurrent-compile: preference buffer-specific variable

Default value: 3

The buffer-specific concurrent-compile variable controls how the compile-buffer command behaves. If 0, compile-buffer always runs the compiler or other program non-concurrently, exiting the concurrent process if it needs to. If 2, the compile-buffer command always runs the compiler concurrently, creating a concurrent process if it needs to. If 1, the compile-buffer command runs the compiler concurrently if a concurrent process is already running, non-concurrently otherwise. If 3 (the default), compile-buffer uses the value of the concurrent-make variable instead.

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