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Another minor bug introduced during mkcheck.in split (and not caught during the partial remerge)?


If you look at version 1.41 of mkcheck.in (just before the split), you
can see that SH_FLAG and ST_FLAG were used.  They became S[TH]_FLAGS
in the new tests_flags.in file and were copied back that way.  Fully
bootstrapped on alpha-unknown-freebsd4.2 (see next port report) with
the testsuite report checked by hand to ensure that both -static and
dynamic builds were now occurring.

Speaking of bootstrap: I know these are bogus, tiny changes; but they
need to be, at the very least, rebuilt (fully bootstrapped if not
contained inside a library, such as this minor change) and checked for
correctness too!

Regards,
Loren

2000-12-01  Loren J. Rittle  <ljrittle@acm.org>

        * mkcheck.in: Correct typo.

Index: mkcheck.in
===================================================================
RCS file: /cvs/gcc/egcs/libstdc++-v3/mkcheck.in,v
retrieving revision 1.43
diff -c -r1.43 mkcheck.in
*** mkcheck.in	2000/11/29 03:54:39	1.43
--- mkcheck.in	2000/12/01 10:16:15
***************
*** 57,67 ****
  IFS=$saved_ifs
  
  # specific libtool flag(s) to force the use of shared libraries, if any
! SH_FLAGS=
  
  # specific libtool flag(s) to force the use of static libraries, if any
! ST_FLAGS="-static"
! #ST_FLAGS="-all-static"
  
  # Set up the testing directory, which should be in a directory called
  # "testsuite" in the root level of the build directory.
--- 57,67 ----
  IFS=$saved_ifs
  
  # specific libtool flag(s) to force the use of shared libraries, if any
! SH_FLAG=
  
  # specific libtool flag(s) to force the use of static libraries, if any
! ST_FLAG="-static"
! #ST_FLAG="-all-static"
  
  # Set up the testing directory, which should be in a directory called
  # "testsuite" in the root level of the build directory.

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