On Fri, Oct 14, 2016 at 10:24:14AM +0300, Martin Storsjö wrote:
> On Fri, 14 Oct 2016, Diego Biurrun wrote:
> >I decided to clean up an old crufty branch on the plane over the atlantic..
> >
> >This generalizes the assembler program selection so that it works more
> >like the compiler selection. After this set, the assembler is properly
> >probed for and can be selected on the configure command line. We can
> >also generate dependencies as a sideeffect of assembling instead of as
> >a separate step.
> >
> >This renames a few configure options. The end result is cleanest this way.
> >Possibly I should add some error messages or warnings or some backwards
> >compatibility fluff.
> 
> Not "possibly" but yes, that's a requirement for this going in. We don't
> break common configure strings randomly. Or perhaps we do, but we shouldn't.

Yes. This is still an RFC, I wanted to get some comments, especially
about naming, before I added backwards compat code that might not
even be necessary in the final version.

Diego
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