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Re: Enable -fuse-linker-plugin by default when possible
* Jan Hubicka wrote on Mon, Nov 29, 2010 at 02:18:52PM CET:
> > On 11/29/2010 01:11 PM, Jan Hubicka wrote:
> >> > Can you instead add a dependency of configure-gcc on
> >> > configure-lto-plugin and use "test -f ../lto-plugin/Makefile" to detect
> >> > whether the plugin is in use?
> >> Hmm, OK, it seems bit hacky but easier than extra --with option...
> >> Will do that.
> > It is a bit hacky. However, I'm starting to think that everything that
> > is added to the toplevel configure.ac is "very" hacky, so checking for
> > the Makefile is still better. :)
> Indeed, updating autogened Makefile template and toplevel configury was no fun.
> I spent couple days looking into this problem...
$ autoconf && autogen Makefile.def
$ .../configure --enable-maintainer-mode && make Makefile
That isn't too hard.
> I however run into new problem. With plugin enabled libtool breaks.
Upstream libtool has this fixed.
Paolo, have you looked into the --with-sysroot issues that prevent us
from updating the Libtool used in GCC currently?