make.conf CFLAGS and ports
ajacoutot at lphp.org
Sun Feb 15 04:57:25 PST 2004
I was just wondering how CFLAGS were managed with make.conf and ports
Indeed, today I just realized that what's in make.conf overwrite the default
build for ports.
I have this in my make.conf:
CFLAGS= -O -pipe
I though those were the right settings for building the world, but, I just
realized while building kde-3.2 that the ports should build with -O2 (from
the Mk or Makefile file I guess) but because of what I have in my make.conf,
it builds like this: -O2 -O -pipe -march=pentium3, and since the last
optimisation settings wins, kde-3.2 is build with: -O -pipe -march=pentium3.
I suppose this is normal behaviour, but does this mean I have to comment
CFLAGS everytime I build a port, so that it gets its default optimisation or
is there another way ?
My dream configuration would be:
CFLAGS= -O -pipe for building the world
CFLAGS= -O -pipe for building ports, EXCEPT if the Makefile and/or Mk build
instructions give a higher optimisation setting.
I hope this is understandable, my English is poor when coming to explain
Thanks for reading me.
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