[Gc] Win64 GCC support
urkedal at nbi.dk
Mon Jun 22 23:58:21 PDT 2009
On 2009-06-22, NightStrike wrote:
> On Mon, Jun 22, 2009 at 10:09 AM, NightStrike<nightstrike at gmail.com> wrote:
> >>> 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
> > AM_CFLAGS is for CFLAGS that are common to the whole Makefile.
> > Setting various -D options conditionally in AM_CFLAGS is definitely an
> > ok thing to do.
> FTR, I forgot to add that the AM_CFLAGS route is the route I took to
> verify that the current CVS works.
It probably gets the sources compiled, but if the condition depends on
the ./configure invocation, then this breaks the dependency-tracking
when AC_CONFIG_HEADER is used. Since AM_CFLAGS do not end up in
config.h, they will not take part in the conditional update of this
file, so you may end up with half the sources compiled with one value
and the rest compiled with the other value. There is also no precedence
in the collector sources for using AM_CFLAGS this way.
Configuration-independent preprocessor options (such as -DGC_BUILD) can
be put into AM_CPPFLAGS.
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