On Tue, Oct 18, 2016 at 9:38 AM, SF Markus Elfring
<elfr...@users.sourceforge.net> wrote:
>>> elfring@Sonne:~/Projekte/Linux/next-patched> my_off=-O0 && for X in off; do 
>>> my_output_dir=${my_build_dir}unchanged/optimisation/${X} && 
>>> my_var="my_${X}" && my_parameters="-Wall -std=gnu89 -fomit-frame-pointer 
>>> ${!my_var}" && LANG=C make V=2 O="${my_output_dir}" HOSTCC='/usr/bin/gcc-6' 
>>> HOSTCFLAGS="-S ${my_parameters}" drivers/md/; done
> …
>> That's a very complicated command line.
> I find it "advanced".
> It shows a few of my imaginations around a specific software development task.
>> Does something basic, like
>> make O=/tmp/$$ allmodconfig
>> make O=/tmp/$$
>> work for you?
> Not really. - I would like to achieve the automatic selection of a few
> compilation settings by a for loop which I reduced in the shown example
> to one element.

Fine, but my point was to check that the basic things worked before
trying the complicated, or "advanced" stuff.  If, somehow, fixdep
didn't work in a basic setup then you'd know it wasn't one of your
advanced features that was causing the problem.

And if fixdep did work with a basic setup , then that would suggest
something wrong with your advanced command line.

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