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Re: integrated -save-temps and the death of specs


>>>>> "Richard" == Richard Kenner <kenner@vlsi1.ultra.nyu.edu> writes:

 >     i don't see any reason to use spec files in config/*.h files.

 > I think that's a very different issue.  I can certainly accept an argument
 > that they should be someplace else at compile-time, but I still feel
 > they are very useful to have arond when the driver is *run*.

Agreed.  I don't really care for the driver, since it is kinda neat to
be able to change the driver's behavior without recompiling... But the
.h spec nonsense we have scattered throughout I have a big problem
with.

That aside, my patch integrating cpp0 into "cc1 -E" I think is still
valid irregardless of what we do (or do not do) with specs in the
future.

Cheers
aldy


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