[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> > >> What about a "--enable-gprof" (or "--enable-profiling"?) configure
> > >> flag? This could add the appropriate compiler flags to CFLAGS, enable
> > >> LINUX_PROFILE if on Linux, and enable the "gprof/pid" mkdir().
> > > That would really only work for GCC, wouldn't it?
> > Well, yeah, but that's what many of us use anyway. I would envision it
> > as adding $(PROFILE) to CFLAGS, and then there would be one place
> > to adjust "-pg" to something else for another compiler --- perhaps the
> > template files could be given a chance to change PROFILE to something
> > else.
> I don't feel competent to muck around with configure.in (sorry, I'm not
> tying to shirk the work, I've just never had any success in writing
> configure/automake/autoconf stuff - I have the "leaping goats" book, but
> I need a small meaningful example to start with).
> Can someone else volunteer to make this change? And then forward the
> patch to me so I can learn something useful about how to change
> configure.in without breaking it?
I can work on this.
Bruce Momjian [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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