GECKO_PTHREAD_LIBS: what's the purpose?
rea at freebsd.org
Mon Mar 28 05:54:51 UTC 2011
Gentlemen, good day.
I had recently tried to build the ports/system with clang and
immediately hit the GECKO_PTHREAD_LIBS stuff: since clang has no
-dumpspecs flag, everything that depend on gecko immediately breaks,
at lest for 'portupgrade -a'.
I had tried to study the origin of GECKO_PTHREAD_LIBS, but it seem
to be undocumented: firefox/Makefile talks about "gross hack" and
gecko.bsd.mk has it since the inception, so no clues there.
The question is: why it is needed and why people can't just use
Eygene Ryabinkin ,,,^..^,,,
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