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Re: top-level configure

Hello Ben,

* Ben Elliston wrote on Sat, Jul 21, 2007 at 10:33:54PM CEST:
> Before I open a PR for this, I'd like to make sure I'm not doing
> anything wrong .. :-)

I don't think you are.

> It used to be the case that the Cygnus top-level configure script would
> pass any configure options to all subdirectory `configure' invocations.
> Now it doesn't seem to work as I expect when I pass --quiet to the
> top-level configure script.  When I run make, I see configure output
> from fixincludes, etc.

Proposed patch below.  Note I have neither approval nor commit rights,
neither to gcc nor to binutils src, and have only done casual testing.
Please Cc: me on replies.


2007-07-23  Ralf Wildenhues  <>

	Pass --silent if $silent.

---	(revision 126835)
+++	(working copy)
@@ -101,6 +102,9 @@
   # Add the quoted argument to the list.
+if test "$silent" = yes; then
 # Remove the initial space we just introduced and, as these will be
 # expanded by make, quote '$'.
 TOPLEVEL_CONFIGURE_ARGUMENTS=`echo "x$TOPLEVEL_CONFIGURE_ARGUMENTS" | sed -e 's/^x *//' -e 's,\\$,$$,g'`
@@ -2178,6 +2183,9 @@
 gcc_transform_name=`cat conftestsed.out`
 rm -f conftestsed.out
 baseargs="$baseargs --program-transform-name='${gcc_transform_name}'"
+if test "$silent" = yes; then
+  baseargs="$baseargs --silent"
 # For the build-side libraries, we just need to pretend we're native,
 # and not use the same cache file.  Multilibs are neither needed nor

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