On Mon, 24 Jun 2002, John Polstra wrote:
> > > There is a problem at the moment in compiling that file without -O. Is
> > > your /etc/make.conf standard, or did you specifically ask for no
> > > optimization?
> > I haven't made any explicit changes to the optimization level; on the
> > other hand, perhaps that should be CFLAGS+=?
> > Here's my make.conf:
> > CFLAGS=-pipe
> > NOPROFILE= yes
> > NO_WERROR=yes
> > NO_PERL=yes
> That's the problem. The default CFLAGS setting in
> /etc/defaults/make.conf is "-O -pipe". You have eliminated the "-O".
Do you mind if I add an entry to UPDATING:
Building the real time loader (rtld) currently requires optimization
to be enabled for the build. If you override CFLAGS in make.conf,
make sure that -O is included in in your definition of the variable,
or you may get assembler errors compiling rtld.
Robert N M Watson FreeBSD Core Team, TrustedBSD Projects
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