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Re: -undef in mig's cppflags

From: Marcus Brinkmann
Subject: Re: -undef in mig's cppflags
Date: Sat, 29 Dec 2001 03:06:34 +0100
User-agent: Mutt/1.3.24i

On Mon, Dec 03, 2001 at 04:13:06PM +0100, Alfred M. Szmidt wrote:
> * Marcus Brinkmann writes:
> > Hi, Roland added cppflags=-undef to mig's invocation to cpp.  The
> > Hurd replaces mig with cat and then "cat -undef" is invoked, leading
> > to an error.
> > What is the right fix for this?
> I already suggested a possible fix for this, but nobody other then you replied
> to the message.
> ChangeLog:
>         2001-12-03  Alfred M. Szmidt <ams@kemisten.nu>
>       * config.make.in (MIGCOM): cat changed to "$(CPP)".

Well, another possibility is to just drop the -cc flag, because "gcc -E -x c"
is the default already (why is it set to cat anyway?).

Yet another possibility would be to leave it "cat" and change mig to not
have -undef in the cppflags variable, but in default_cpp:

default_cpp="gcc -E -x c -undef"

A third possibility is to drop the -undef again, because it does not work
anyway (i386 is still defined to 1 in gcc).  Roland, you did this change,
what do you think?


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