[Openal-devel] How to set CFLAGS for specific files?
prakash at punnoor.de
Fri Oct 27 01:40:49 PDT 2006
Am Freitag 27 Oktober 2006 10:06 schrieb Prakash Punnoor:
> Am Freitag 27 Oktober 2006 09:22 schrieb Sven Panne:
> > Am Freitag, 27. Oktober 2006 07:31 schrieb Prakash Punnoor:
> > > I changed the SIMD enabling routines in CMake to make it possible to
> > > generate portable code with gcc. For that it was needed that the SIMD
> > > CFLAGS only get applied to the c source files which contain SIMD and
> > > not to the rest of the source files. Because otherwise (esp with SSE2)
> > > gcc could emit SSE code for float maths... Now I want to do the same
> > > for the autotools project, but I don't know an easy way. Any advise?
> > The relevant documentation is here:
> > http://sources.redhat.com/automake/automake.html#Program-and-Library-Vari
> >ab les
> > In a nutshell: If you want special CFLAGS for foo.c, add
> > foo_CFLAGS = -my -special -CFLAGS
> This doesn't work for me (as a test):
> libopenal_la_SOURCES += arch/i386/mixaudio16_sse2_prk.c
> mixaudio16_sse2_prk_CFLAGS = $(AM_CFLAGS) -msse3
> The flags stay the same. Above link also only lists the command for adding
> per target flags, not per source.
Oh great, I think I found th solution/workaround: See above link at 27.8. If
seems I have to build a convenience lib for every damn file with seperate
flags. Geeeez, I loooove automake...not....
//\ Prakash Punnoor /\\
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