Best way to override user's CFLAGS in a port?
jdp at polstra.com
Tue Sep 7 12:58:50 PDT 2004
On 07-Sep-2004 Charles Swiger wrote:
> Users would prefer the software to build properly, so yes, doing
> something to switch -Ox to plain -O is better than marking the port
> I don't think that changing a specific flag in a port which needs to do
> so is unreasonable, but I dislike the notion of second-guessing the
> end-user. The whole point of preserving CFLAGS set in /etc/make.conf
> or via the environment is to make it easy for people to build all of
> the software using whatever flags they want.
Agreed, but some user preferences (for example, "-g") are more
important than others (such as optimization levels).
> Can we help you fix the issues with ezm3 when compiled with -O2, rather
> than figuring ways to hack CFLAGS...?
In the long run, probably yes. At the moment I'm just trying to
staunch the flow of bug reports for this thing.
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