Subject: cleaning up compiler.mk
To: None <tech-pkg@NetBSD.org>
From: Thomas Klausner <wiz@NetBSD.org>
Date: 07/03/2004 15:50:06
mk/compiler.mk currently contains:
# Support some deprecated variables for a while. They'll be removed
# after the pkgsrc-2004Q2 branch is cut.
USE_GCC2, USE_GCC3, USE_PKGSRC_GCC, USE_SUNPRO, and USE_MIPSPRO.
However, there is still a number of packages using some of these
These two seem to set it to get compiled with gcc2, though
I'm not quite sure.
These set it only on alpha machines, seems to be some
alpha gcc workaround. These probably were USE_GCC2 in the
past. Should they set GCC_REQD to 3.0 instead (like for
arm in kdelibs)?
lang/perl5 (unsets it)
pkgtools/pkg_comp (references it)
Matter of cleanup only. I'll do that.
Tests if it is set -- this should probably be using CC_VERSION
instead. jmmv, could you please fix?
Any comments on how to change the packages using USE_PKGSRC_GCC?