Changes between Version 27 and Version 28 of user-configure


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Timestamp:
Nov 28, 2006 4:11:55 PM (13 years ago)
Author:
andreasw
Comment:

added information for the ADD_*FLAGS variables

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    9696 * '''CFLAGS''':  '''C compiler flags'''.  If this is not given, the {{{configure}}} script chooses a default set of compiler flags, depending on the compiler, operating system, and whether the {{{--enable-debug}}} flag is given.
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     98 * '''ADD_CFLAGS''': '''Additional C compiler flags'''.  If you only want to add flags to the compiler flags automatically determined by the {{{configure}}} script (as {{{CFLAGS}}}), you can set those additional flags with this variable.
     99
    98100 * '''CXX''':  Name of the '''C++ compiler'''.  If this is not given, the {{{configure}}} script tries a list of compiler names.  You only need to specify this if you are not happy with the default selection.  If you want to compile the code in a non-default bit mode (say, 64bit on AIX), you should specify the corresponding flag here (e.g., {{{CXX='xlC -q64'}}}), and not in {{{CXXFLAGS}}}.  This only applies to packages that require the C++ compiler.
    99101
    100102 * '''CXXFLAGS''':  '''C++ compiler flags'''.  If this is not given, the {{{configure}}} script chooses a default set of compiler flags, depending on the compiler, operating system, and whether the {{{--enable-debug}}} flag is given.  This only applies to packages that require the C++ compiler.
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     104 * '''ADD_CXXFLAGS''': '''Additional C++ compiler flags'''.  If you only want to add flags to the compiler flags automatically determined by the {{{configure}}} script (as {{{CXXFLAGS}}}), you can set those additional flags with this variable.
     105
    102106 * '''F77''':  Name of the '''Fortran compiler'''.  If this is not given, the {{{configure}}} script tries a list of compiler names.  You only need to specify this if you are not happy with the default selection.  If you want to compile the code in a non-default bit mode (say, 64bit on AIX), you should specify the corresponding flag here (e.g., {{{F77='xlf -q64'}}}), and not in {{{FFLAGS}}}.  This only applies to packages that require the Fortran compiler.
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    104108 * '''FFLAGS''':  '''Fortran compiler flags'''.  If this is not given, the {{{configure}}} script chooses a default set of compiler flags, depending on the compiler, operating system, and whether the {{{--enable-debug}}} flag is given.  This only applies to packages that require the Fortran compiler.
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     110 * '''ADD_FFLAGS''': '''Additional Fortran compiler flags'''.  If you only want to add flags to the compiler flags automatically determined by the {{{configure}}} script (as {{{FFLAGS}}}), you can set those additional flags with this variable.
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    106112 * '''ADDDEFS''':  If you want to have the C and C++ compile use '''additional -D preprocessor macro defintions''', you should list them in this variable (e.g., {{{ADDDEFS="-DPARANOIA"}}}).