Am 14.11.2017 um 14:50 schrieb Timo Rothenpieler:
By putting the call in a subshell, the problem of it spilling
cleanup-decision from a previous library to other libraries is avoided.

For example, it could have already cleaned up cuda_extralibs in a
previous library that depended on cuda. Then when it gets to avutil, it
will never pick up the dependency of avutil to cuda, which depends on
libdl, which in turn results in a missing -ldl extralib, resulting in
link failures in certain configurations.
  configure | 15 +++++++++++----
  1 file changed, 11 insertions(+), 4 deletions(-)

diff --git a/configure b/configure
index 3788f26956..1fc6821fe7 100755
--- a/configure
+++ b/configure
@@ -6501,6 +6501,16 @@ flatten_extralibs(){
+    list_name=$1
+    flatten_extralibs $list_name
+    unique $list_name
+    resolve $list_name
+    unique $list_name

Scratch that second unique.
While it does get rid of a bunch of duplicates like double -lX11 or -lvpx, it breaks MacOS builds, due to it getting rid of all but one -framework invocations.

+    eval $list_name=\$\(\$ldflags_filter \$$list_name\)
+    eval printf \''%s'\' \""\$$list_name"\"
  for linkunit in $LIBRARY_LIST; do
      unset current_extralibs
      eval components=\$$(toupper ${linkunit})_COMPONENTS_LIST
@@ -6513,10 +6523,7 @@ for linkunit in $LIBRARY_LIST; do
-    flatten_extralibs ${linkunit}_extralibs
-    unique  ${linkunit}_extralibs
-    resolve ${linkunit}_extralibs
-    eval ${linkunit}_extralibs=\$\(\$ldflags_filter \$${linkunit}_extralibs\)
+    eval ${linkunit}_extralibs=\$\(flatten_extralibs_wrapper 
map 'enabled $v && intrinsics=${v#intrinsics_}' $INTRINSICS_LIST

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