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Re: automake: compiling assembly files is *broken* in 1.5 (fwd)

From: C. Scott Ananian
Subject: Re: automake: compiling assembly files is *broken* in 1.5 (fwd)
Date: Sat, 3 Nov 2001 11:23:05 -0500 (EST)

On Sat, 3 Nov 2001, Alexandre Duret-Lutz wrote:

> Where is AS defined?  Did you call AM_PROG_AS from your
> AM_PROG_AS sets AS to $(CC), it's probably why there is a '-c' in
> these rules (although I agree it doesn't make it easy to use a different
> value for AS).

AS=$(CC)?!?  Tell me you are joking.

AS='as' or 'arm-unknown-linuxelf-as' in the makefiles in question, because
I support compilation and often do it.

>From the 'make' info page:
  Assembling and preprocessing assembler programs
     `N.o' is made automatically from `N.s' by running the assembler,
     `as'.  The precise command is `$(AS) $(ASFLAGS)'.

Setting AS=$(CC) is just Wrong.  You've found your bug.  Please fix it.

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