kornet at camk.edu.pl
Tue Feb 1 19:51:42 CET 2011
I think that current %cmake macro is broken. For example soprano.spec is build
with options: -O2 ... -O3, which is effectively -O3. As far as I understand the
preferred option would be -O2,
In cmake the options are build form two variables as following as:
while %cmake defines CMAKE_C_FLAGS and uses
Builtype = RELEASE.
So I think there are the following possibilities:
1. Define CMAKE_C_FLAGS_RELEASE in %cmake
A package can define that variable internally in such a way that it has
precedence. For example packages from kde4 do it.
2. Change the build type we use to None. Then only CMAKE_C_FLAGS will be used
Same as above. But I don't know if any package redefines that variable
Also if a package uses some special options in release flags, i.e. to avoid
debug output, we would need to include them in out definition of CMAKE_C_FLAGS
for this package.
3. Use or own build type like: cmake
If a package uses some special options in release flags, i.e. to avoid debug
output, we would need to put them into our flags.
I can implement the third solution. But first I am waiting for any objections
or better ideas.
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