Volker.Lendecke at SerNet.DE
Wed May 26 14:39:35 MDT 2010
On Wed, May 26, 2010 at 10:28:27PM +0200, Björn JACKE wrote:
> the changed version of this commit doesn't do what the previous one did and
> breaks some builds like the one on Tru64. In the worst case others might have
> silently broken thread support now. The previous version was intended to set
> CFLAGS for the compiles of certain object files that need it. Other object
> files may not have that CFLAGS, that's why it's not allowed to set them
> globally. I know that this was written in a GNU make fashion but we had known
> GNU make dependencies also on other places in the past. I'd love to write this
> object file based CFLAGS up in a non GNU way but I don't know how. Before we
> end up with broken thread support I'd propose to reintroduce the gmake
> dependency again (at least for now...).
Well, then revert it. Then we just quit supporting non-gnu
make. Not fine by me, but if it is necessary, then we need
to do it.
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