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Re: gcc -nologo?

From: Alexandre Oliva
Subject: Re: gcc -nologo?
Date: 03 Apr 2001 08:03:06 -0300
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On Apr  3, 2001, Tobias Hunger <address@hidden> wrote:

> /usr/share/autoconf> grep nologo *
> acspecific.m4:  CPP="${CC-cc} -nologo -E"
> autoconf.m4f:  CPP="${CC-cc} -nologo -E"
> autoheader.m4f:  CPP="${CC-cc} -nologo -E"

> I did definitly not change anything there. Maybe this is debian
> specific?

Might be.  I can't find any occurrences of -nologo in the CVS
autoconf.  Hmm...  But, indeed, it's there in autoconf 2.13.  Oops :-)

In any case, it would only be used if `${CC-cc} -E' failed to
preprocess a trivial file.  Does config.log explain why it failed, and
configure decided to fallback to -nologo -E?

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