Your annotation file shows failed jobs that display a 0 (success) exit status.
This is how annotation shows a cascading failure in the face of using the -k option in Electric Make. The -k (or --keep-going) option is used to build unrelated targets when an error occurs.
If one of your prerequisites fails, you will also fail. Because you did not run, your exit status is 0. (Without -k, you will have an error, too, and the build unwinds.)
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