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re: port-alpha/55545: /usr/src/build.sh script only known alpha/alpha, but my machnine is EV56
Jason Thorpe writes:
> > On Aug 8, 2020, at 4:15 PM, David Holland <dholland-bugs%netbsd.org@localhost>
> >> How can i compile src for ev56 cpu?
> > Is it not an alpha? Does the -m alpha -a alpha build not work?
> I think what's being suggested is that it would be nice to say "I want
> code optimized for this specific Alpha". In general, we do not provide
> that w/ build.sh, but it could be done with mk.conf variables to set
> COPTS accordingly.
i think CPUFLAGS is the thing we want for _end users_ to compile
with their specific cpus flags.
netbsd build only sets CPUFLAGS when it's building a cpu specific
thing for code expecting that (eg, "-marm" for a bunch of the
arm boot programs.)
you should be able to set CPUFLAGS in mk.conf _or_ build.sh -V.
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