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Re: Get rid of `-g' in CXXFLAGS

From: Guido Draheim
Subject: Re: Get rid of `-g' in CXXFLAGS
Date: Fri, 01 Aug 2003 23:49:12 +0200
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Frank A. Uepping wrote:
On Friday 01 August 2003 23:25, Guido Draheim wrote:

Frank A. Uepping wrote:

Unfortuantely AC_PROG_CXX includes the `-g' option in CXXFLAGS,
with what I am not happy with.
How can I get rid of the `-g' flag in a way that doesn't *clobber* a user
supplied CXXFLAGS?
(However, I assume resetting CXXFLAGS entirely is not wise, isn't it?)
Is there any AC_ switch for it, or do I have to hack some shell code
around AC_PROG_CXX?

As an excercise, please call
configure "CXXFLAGS= "

You havent read my posting mindful (or I have to be more precise) ;)
I want CXXFLAGS without the -g flag BY DEFAULT!
Because the normal user doesn't want a bloat bin with debug information.

Have you been trying it? :-)=)

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