On Apr 1, 2008, at 6:05 AM, Marcus Boerger wrote:
Hello Gwynne,

this way we always have -O2 on darwin. Howabout doing the extraction part
 correct and stop extracting at the first whitespace after -g? Because
 otherwise you cannot try -O3 nor can you try to get a -O0 build for


-O2 is prepended to CFLAGS; with GCC the *last* -O option specified takes precedence. Anything specified by the user will thus override the default -O2. I admit this isn't the cleanest possible solution, but it works, and I don't understand autoconf well enough to handle it better.

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