On Tuesday 12 February 2008, Peter Eisentraut wrote:
> | ifeq (,$(findstring noopt,$(DEB_BUILD_OPTIONS)))
> |     cdbs_treat_me_gently_arches := arm m68k alpha ppc64 armel armeb
> |     ifeq (,$(filter $(DEB_HOST_ARCH_CPU),$(cdbs_treat_me_gently_arches)))
> |         KDE4-ENABLE-FINAL = $(if
> | $(DEB_KDE_ENABLE_FINAL),-DKDE4_ENABLE_FINAL=true,) else
> |         KDE4-ENABLE-FINAL =
> |     endif
> | endif
>
> Ah yes, well, bug #379981 ...
>
> I could be OK with this handling if we had a less ad-hoc way of defining
> the "slow" architectures.  Who would have guessed that alpha and ppc64 are
> slow? How is that decided?  Should this be in a configuration file perhaps?
>  Any better ideas?

Perhaps a more general solution could satisfy this and the suggestion outlined 
in the "Proposalto introduce compiler options passed from dpkg-buildpackage" 
thread in d-d.

Perhaps a /usr/share/cdbs/1/rules/arch.mk with architecture-specific 
variables?

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