[FFmpeg-devel] [PATCH] Support building dependency files with non-GCC compilers
Fri Oct 3 01:18:26 CEST 2008
flameeyes at gmail.com (Diego 'Flameeyes' Petten?) writes:
> M?ns Rullg?rd <mans at mansr.com> writes:
>> Why did you move this block?
> Because the point where DEPEND_CMD was set before was before $cc was
>> Do the Intel and Sun compilers produce correct output?
> I do think so, it seems to work fine; there is one quirk with Sun Studio
> compiler (it will ignore files in /usr/include but will keep on
> explicitly depending on its includes in /opt; I'll report it as a bug to
> them), but it's not like GCC/ICC are much better (they still report any
> file in /usr/include if the path was included with -I rather than
> -isystem, and almost nothing uses -isystem).
Why would you pass -I/usr/include? Seems pretty daft to me.
>> Setting the command to "false" is a bit harsh, since it makes building
>> with any other compiler impossible.
> This is probably true, I guess I'm a bit harsh myself ;) Should I change
> it to true so that dependency information is just ignored when the
> compiler is not known?
Just leave this issue for now.
>> I'm still in favour of always using gcc. It has quirks aplenty, but
>> there will be no new surprises.
> I've thought quickly about this but there is at least one problem:
> CFLAGS. The flags that will be used for Sun Studio or ICC might not work
> with GCC, and I wouldn't be surprised if GCC would then fail to properly
> generate the dependencies. I suppose it's a bet on what is most likely,
> I guess.
For dependencies, only -I and -D flags are needed. We can easily
split these out.
mans at mansr.com
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