[INFO]: import of clang/LLVM to happen on June 9th

Doug Barton dougb at FreeBSD.org
Sat Jun 5 18:43:47 UTC 2010

On 06/04/10 23:10, Anonymous wrote:
> Most ports decide features based on MACHINE_CPU not CPUTYPE. However,
> MACHINE_CPU doesn't support non-base compiler and `native' CPUTYPE. Plus
> core2 CPUTYPE is silently degraded to nocona/prescott even when it's
> supported by underlying compiler. See conf/112997.
> IIRC, on gcc44+ -march=native automatically enables -msse[1234].
> But if you don't want to use CPUTYPE=native then add cc1 flags to
> CFLAGS, e.g.

Ok, CPUTYPE=native seems to be doing the trick, thanks!

BTW, the suggestion in the web page (CFLAGS+=-mssse3) gives an "unknown 
option" error. Perhaps it would be better to add CPUTYPE=native to the 
defaults in section 3.1, and use a different example in 3.3?




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