Best way to override user's CFLAGS in a port?
michaelnottebrock at gmx.net
Wed Sep 8 09:09:10 PDT 2004
On Wednesday 08 September 2004 15:12, Matthias Andree wrote:
> John Polstra <jdp at polstra.com> writes:
> > I'm afraid if I do that, I'll get even more bug reports.
> Likely, because it tells the user what NOT to do,
> but does not tell him what to do, and he'll inquire about that.
> The BROKEN message should print that the user must use -O1 rather than
> -O2 or -O3 for this particular port.
> Note that "-O." isn't a sufficient regexp, some users use -O99 which,
> when it becomes -O19 or -O9 still hoses the build of the b0rked
> How about:
If it's so well known that -O higher than 1 will not work, the upstream source
should be modified to that -O will be appended to any CFLAGS, thus overriding
any user-specified optimization setting.
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