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Re: Additional link flags for HP aCC and SGI CC

From: Ludovic Courtès
Subject: Re: Additional link flags for HP aCC and SGI CC
Date: Thu, 2 Sep 2004 18:04:44 +0200
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Hi again,

9 days, 4 hours, 35 minutes, 38 seconds ago, 
Gary V. Vaughan wrote:
> It does, but the interface to the user doesn't change depending on the
> host machine.  -Xcompiler and -Xlinker are there so that if we find a
> missing abstraction, libtool users can continue to work while we figure
> out how to incorporate a clean abstraction into the user interface.

Due to lack of time, I haven't been able to hack on Libtool so that it
recognizes new high-level options such as `--warnings=on'.

However, I think I found a quite good reason to incorporate (more)
vendor-specific switches knowledge into Libtool (eg. `-AA' et al.).  :-)
The reason is that those flags are needed at configure time where
Libtool isn't used and where `-Xcompiler' and `-Xlinker' are potentially
unknown and may make the compiler fail.

Of course, I could just use the raw CFLAGS/LDFLAGS at configure-time and
"libtoolize" them (ie. prefix each switch with either `-Xcompiler' or
`-Xlinker') at the very end of my `' file but I find this
solution inelegant.  That's probably the reason why Libtool already
knowns the most commonly used vendor specific switches.  What do you


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