stress-make 1.0-2.97815be Expose race conditions in Makefiles

Stress Make is a customized GNU Make that explicitly manages the order in which concurrent jobs are run to provoke erroneous behavior into becoming manifest. It can run jobs in the order in which they're launched, in backwards order, or in random order. The thought is that if code builds correctly with Stress Make, then it is likely that the Makefile contains no race conditions.