Commit 0a398914 authored by Michael Pyne's avatar Michael Pyne
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Backport default CXXFLAGS and configure flags settings (based on kde-core-devel thread)

to KDE 3.5's kdesvn-build.

svn path=/branches/KDE/3.5/kdesdk/scripts/kdesvn-build; revision=487239
parent ebb0dd16
......@@ -288,9 +288,9 @@ my %package_opts = (
"build-dir" => "build",
"build-system-only" => "",
"checkout-only" => "",
"configure-flags" => "--enable-debug=full",
"configure-flags" => "--enable-debug",
"colorful-output" => 1, # Use color by default.
"cxxflags" => "-g -pipe",
"cxxflags" => "-pipe",
"debug" => "",
"debug-level" => INFO,
"dest-dir" => '${MODULE}', # single quotes used on purpose!
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......@@ -31,13 +31,13 @@ global
# This controls the configure flags passed to every module (except qt-copy) by
# default. If you have module-specific configure flags, they will be placed
# after these flags to allow the module setting to override them.
configure-flags --enable-debug=full
# after these flags to allow the module setting to override the global setting.
configure-flags --enable-debug
# These are the compilation flags to use by default when compiling KDE.
# The -march option also supports pentium4, athlon-xp, etc. See the gcc man
# page for more information.
cxxflags -g -pipe -march=i686
# gcc supports a -march option in order to generate specific code for pentium4, athlon-xp,
# etc. See the gcc man page for more information.
cxxflags -pipe
# These are the default options passed to the make command. The default tries
# to build with 2 parallel compiles. If you are using distcc or have SMP, you
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