Subject: Re: using MKSTATICLIB
To: Simon Burge <simonb@NetBSD.org>
From: Luke Mewburn <lukem@NetBSD.org>
Date: 09/11/2006 00:04:29
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On Sat, Sep 09, 2006 at 01:50:07PM +1000, Simon Burge wrote:
| I was playing around with a build using MKSTATICLIB=3Dyes, and this los=
| because a few libraries we have are static only, and thus don't end up
| getting built at all.
Playing around with "MKSTATICLIB=3Dyes" or "MKSTATICLIB=3Dno" ?
I could understand the problem that you're describing
when building with MKSTATICLIB=3Dno ...
| Is adding "MKSTATICLIB=3Dyes" to the library Makefiles the right way to
| deal with this? The patch below fixes this for me.
I think that's a bit grody, and may fail when
is used, because command-line variable assignments take precedence
over Makefile (global) variable assignments...
(This latter reason is why we use "MKxxx" as the end-user controls,
and set NOxxx in the Makefiles to hard-code stuff that shouldn't
We probably need a separate make var that the necessarily library
can Makefiles use to force a .a to be built even if MKSTATICLIB=3Dno.
This may also be necessary for MKPRIVATELIB=3Dyes libraries.
(I have an uncommitted patch that I was testing for the latter.
I think I didn't commit it because I didn't have a clean
solution for the problem you hit.)
We can thrash this out offline if you like.
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