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Re: dg-options after board/cflags

From: Jose E. Marchesi
Subject: Re: dg-options after board/cflags
Date: Mon, 28 Sep 2020 16:07:48 +0200
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>> Your patch dealt with board/multilib_flags, but the same problem exists
>> for board/cflags and many other flag-containing options.
>  What's the use case for that?  IIUC board flags are supposed to be ones 
> that are absolutely required for executables to run with a given board, 
> such as multilib selection, special linker scripts, non-standard run-time 
> library paths, etc.  These must not be overridden by test cases or they 
> will inevitably fail.

We want to build most bpf-unknown-none test files with -mxbpf, but not

I wasn't aware of the "absolutely require" nature of the board
flags... then it is clear we need to find another strategy, like
specifying it in the individual test files/dg-options.

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