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Re: GUILE_CFLAGS contains warning options

From: Ludovic Courtès
Subject: Re: GUILE_CFLAGS contains warning options
Date: Tue, 22 Feb 2011 21:46:36 +0100
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Hi Bruno,

Bruno Haible <address@hidden> writes:

> Andy Wingo wrote:
>> > $LIBDIR/pkgconfig/guile-2.0.pc contains a line such as
>> >
>> >   Cflags: -I${pkgincludedir}/2.0 -Wall -I$LIBUNISTRING_PREFIX/include 
>> > -pthread -I$GC_PREFIX/include  
>> The template is:
>>   Cflags: -I${pkgincludedir}/@GUILE_EFFECTIVE_VERSION@ @GUILE_CFLAGS@ 
>> ...
>> And in configure.ac I have:


> You can extract the -I options from $CPPFLAGS; this would be OK since all
> compilers support -I.

That’s probably the right thing to do.

However, why do you have -Wall in CPPFLAGS, instead of CFLAGS, in the
first place?  :-)

> For the PTHREAD_CFLAGS it is more tricky: On most platforms you can use
> "-lpthread" instead of "-pthread", and all compilers support -l options.
> But on OSF/1, the options for using threads are compiler dependent:
>   * -pthread for cc,
>   * -lpthread for gcc.

This and more, as Ken mentioned, so I’d leave it as is for now.


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