[Gc] Win64 GCC support
urkedal at nbi.dk
Sun Jun 21 08:23:36 PDT 2009
On 2009-06-21, Ivan Maidanski wrote:
> NightStrike <nightstrike at gmail.com> wrote:
> > 2009/6/21 Ivan Maidanski <ivmai at mail.ru>:
> > > Hi!
> > >
> > > NightStrike <nightstrike at gmail.com> wrote:
> > >> On Sun, Jun 21, 2009 at 3:00 AM, Petter Urkedal<urkedal at nbi.dk> wrote:
> > >> > On 2009-06-20, NightStrike wrote:
> > >> >> 2009/6/19 Ivan Maidanski <ivmai at mail.ru>:
> > >> >> > I guess current configure won't work for mingw-w64.
> > >> >> >
> > >> >> > ...
> > >> > Your seem to be familiar with Automake, so you probably know what to
> > >> ....
> > >> I can do the work, as it should be very easy. It's just that I want
> > >> to be clear how you guys want it done. Going the AC_DEFINE route is
> > >> handling it all at configure time instead of make time. Both work
> > >> fine, just tell me which to do and I'll do it.
> > >
> > > If I understood correctly the question, we handling it at configure time (as we pass the desired --enable/disable-XXX to configure).
> > Well, nothing's being enabled or disabled. It's more like;
> > AS_CASE([$host],
> > [x86_64-w64-mingw*],[AC_DEFINE([GC_NOT_DLL])])
> > Putting that in configure.ac will create a new #define GC_NOT_DLL when
> > the host is mingw-w64's win64 host crt.
> > Doing it at make time would involve setting the AM_CFLAGS variable in
> > Makefile.am based on some condition. Either one works. In fact, you
> > can commit those two lines there to configure.ac right now and
> > regenerate it if you want.
> As we are not using config.h for now (although there's a suggestion to optionally use it (but only at build time, not public gc.h)). So, the preferred way, for now, is to set the AM_CFLAGS.
No, AM_CFLAGS is not meant for configuration macros. As NightStrike
hinted at in his question (which I missed), the AC_DEFINE macros ends up
in $(DEFS), which in turn ends up on the compiler command line. If/when
my patch to use a config.h header is accepted, then the same macros ends
up in that file and $(DEFS) becomes simply -DHAVE_CONFIG_H. That means
that if the source files start with
# include "config.h"
then it's possible to switch between the two models without changes to
the codebase other than the AC_CONFIG_HEADER invocation.
The policy question is rather whether to use AC_DEFINE or to place the
macro definition directly into header files under an
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