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Re: PATCH RFA: Only define USE_COLLECT2 in host makefile fragments
Ian Lance Taylor <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> In this patch, I do the following:
> 1) Rename the Makefile variable USE_COLLECT2 to COLLECT2. This
> eliminates the confusion between the Makefile variable and the C
> preprocessor macro, also named USE_COLLECT2, with a different
> 2) Initialize COLLECT2 to @collect2@, set by the configure script.
> 3) Add code to config.host to set host_collect2.
> 4) Make configure.ac set collect2 based on host_collect2, and
> substitute collect2 into Makefile.
> 5) Eliminate instances of USE_COLLECT2 in Makefile fragments.
> 6) As before, give an error if COLLECT2 is empty (i.e., host can not
> build collect2), and host_xm_defines includes USE_COLLECT2 (i.e.,
> target requires collect2 to handle global constructors and
I like this approach. I would like to hear from one of the
build-system maintainers though.
> +# host_collect2 Set to yes normally, or no if the host can not
> +# build collect2
The phrasing here makes it sound like one should set host_collect2=yes
in most stanzas. Suggest just "Set this to no if the host cannot