manuel at linuxfromscratch.org
Mon May 8 11:23:30 PDT 2006
El Lunes, 8 de Mayo de 2006 20:04, Jeremy Byron escribió:
> All the changing filenames and variable names would be unexpected
> though; the ability to choose your default is there for flexibility. As
> I saw it, people would change the values in defOpt as they desired so
> they would know what 'defOpt' is, and the '_*' are descriptive additions
> that can be used by multiple packages.
I has committed this:
This variable set what mode will be used as default mode and as base-mode for
combined modes in the form defOpt_myMode.
Example mode files:
opt_config.d/noOpt Static file for packages that requires no optimizations.
opt_config.d/noSymbols Static file to show that if "-s" is used, STRIP=0
should be set.
opt_config.d/O3pipe Example simple mode that can be used as template.
opt_config.d/defOpt_fPIC Combined mode using DEF_OPT_MODE as base-mode.
opt_config.d/O3pipe_march Combined mode using a fixed mode as base.
I can't think now on a better naming schema.
Manuel Canales Esparcia
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