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Re: Getting rid of -g
- To: Manfred Hollstein <manfred dot h at gmx dot net>
- Subject: Re: Getting rid of -g
- From: Roman Lechtchinsky <rl at cs dot tu-berlin dot de>
- Date: Thu, 13 Sep 2001 10:07:03 +0200 (MET DST)
- cc: Franz Sirl <Franz dot Sirl-kernel at lauterbach dot com>, gcc at gcc dot gnu dot org, schwab at suse dot de
On Wed, 12 Sep 2001, Manfred Hollstein wrote:
> The only package which is compiled using plain cc is libiberty,
> all other packages will be built using gcc, so there should be no
> need to avoid using '-g' for those packages. Regarding libiberty,
> you should create a similar config file in the libiberty/config
> directory and put suitable code into libiberty/config.table.
Nope, this doesn't work because both CFLAGS and LIBCFLAGS (it's the latter
which is actually used for compiling libiberty) are overridden by the
top-level makefile. I've added a Unicos-specific config file to the
top-level config directory and set host_makefile_frag in configure.in
appropriately. This seems to work but is this really the right way to do
it? Should I additionally do what you suggest to ensure that the correct
flags are passed if libiberty is built separately?