NO_PROFILE versus WITHOUT_PROFILING
gnemmi at gmail.com
Fri Nov 27 15:37:32 UTC 2009
On Friday 27 November 2009 12:44:55 pm Michael Powell wrote:
> Pieter de Goeje wrote:
> > On Friday 27 November 2009 12:45:54 Frank Staals wrote:
> >> When I was setting up my system for a complete rebuild I came
> >> across something unclear to me; I always used NO_PROFILE in my
> >> make.conf, however from what I've read specific make options to
> >> build the kernel/base system should be in /etc/src.config. The
> >> manpage of src.conf specifies the option WITHOUT_PROFILING, which
> >> seemed to be the flag that I was looking for. Just to be certain I
> >> always keep the 'Rebuilding World' chapter of the handbook close,
> >> however that still specifies to use NO_PROFILE in make.conf.
> >> So now my question: What is the desired way of turning of
> >> profiling: NO_PROFILE in make.conf or WITHOUT_PROFILING in
> >> src.conf ?
> >> Thanks in advance
> > WITHOUT_PROFILING in src.conf. The NO_xxx options are obsolete and
> > should not be used.
> Yes - src.conf is used for the system. make.conf will contain options
> you want to apply to building ports. They were split to separate
Yes, src.conf is used for the system and that's where WITHOUT_PROFILING
should go, yet still, you might should take a look in here first:
and see what might happen if you use it.
read this thread (the whole thing) before going any further ..:
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