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Re: slow V3 configures (was Re: ICE during bootstrap.)
On Tue, Dec 05, 2000 at 03:08:02PM -0600, Raja R Harinath wrote:
> > One downside: it's AC_CACHE_VAL that does the printing of "(cached)".
> > My change means that a cached value still shows on the screen as
> > checking for _expf declaration... no
> > checking for _fabsf declaration... no
> > checking for _floorf declaration... no
> > checking for _fmodf declaration... no
> > checking for _frexpf declaration... no
> > checking for _ldexpf declaration... no
> Looks like you are skipping the
> if test x$glibcpp_cv_func_$1_use = x"yes"; then
> part, so it's probably not a valid comparison :-)
Without my patch, they still show up as "(cached)... no", so I'm not sure
what you're comparing them to. Skipping CHECK_FUNCS is the whole point.
:-) The echoing of the "yes/no" result has always been done by us, not
by configure (which is unusual, but that's how it goes).
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