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Re: default compiler

From: Stefan Böhringer
Subject: Re: default compiler
Date: 13 Sep 2002 14:18:57 +0200

Thank you, indeed that works.

The reason for the strange behaviour I observed must have been due to a
configuration error. I've reinstalled GNUstep from scratch and now make
behaves as expected.

Best wishes,


On Fri, 2002-09-13 at 11:21, Nicola Pero wrote:
> > On my system (RH7.3) I've installed gcc 3.1 as gcc3 and configured
> > GNUstep to be compiled with it. Now in a new project gcc is still used
> > and I can only get away with "make CC=gcc3".
> > I would propose that the compiler used for building GNUstep should also
> > be employed as the default compiler by the make system. Or is this the
> > way it should work already?
> Sorry for answering late - I tried this out now, and I think it should
> work - if you do
> ./configure CC=/opt/gcc/bin/gcc
> when you configure gnustep-make, then 'CC = /opt/gcc/bin/gcc' gets written
> in config.make, so whenever you do a 'make', that specific CC should
> automatically be used.
> make CC=gcc3 instead changes the CC to be gcc3 for that *particular* run
> of make.
> In practice, if you always do ./configure CC=gcc3 when you configure
> packages, then you can then always and happily type 'make' and CC=gcc3
> will be added automatically.

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