what happened to -g (4.7)
strauman at slac.stanford.edu
Thu Nov 17 16:17:42 UTC 2005
Ralf Corsepius wrote:
> On Wed, 2005-11-16 at 19:34 -0800, Till Straumann wrote:
>>RTEMS used to be built with debugging sections (-g)
>>-- after my last CVS update this is no longer true.
> Yes, what you currently see is me gradually cleaning up
> configure-scripts and gradually removing historic artifacts having
> remained from RTEMS's makefile fragment-based configuration.
> Though "-g" having gone list is an accident, this all currently is WIP,
> and with me not yet being sure were we will end up. At least, dropping
> it entirely and permanently (i.e. require users to explicitly specify
> it) would be a much cleaner and simpler approach than what we currently
>>What do I have to do to get -g back?
> ATM, try CFLAGS_FOR_TARGET or adding -g to CFLAGS_OPTIMIZE_V.
Where do I set those (so that it gets added globally, ie, for all BSPs)?
>>Can't it be enabled by default (even if fully optimized)?
>>If no - at least in maintainer mode?
> maintainer-mode has nothing to do with CFLAGS.
> maintainer-mode is addressing disabling/enabling generation of generated
> code (Makefile.ins, aclocal.m4, configure, preinstall.am, rpcgen
> generated code).
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