Re: NO_PROFILE versus WITHOUT_PROFILING
- From: Gonzalo Nemmi <gnemmi@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 27 Nov 2009 13:37:27 -0200
On Friday 27 November 2009 12:44:55 pm Michael Powell wrote:
Pieter de Goeje wrote:
On Friday 27 November 2009 12:45:54 Frank Staals wrote:
When I was setting up my system for a complete rebuild I came
across something unclear to me; I always used NO_PROFILE in my
make.conf, however from what I've read specific make options to
build the kernel/base system should be in /etc/src.config. The
manpage of src.conf specifies the option WITHOUT_PROFILING, which
seemed to be the flag that I was looking for. Just to be certain I
always keep the 'Rebuilding World' chapter of the handbook close,
however that still specifies to use NO_PROFILE in make.conf.
So now my question: What is the desired way of turning of
profiling: NO_PROFILE in make.conf or WITHOUT_PROFILING in
Thanks in advance
WITHOUT_PROFILING in src.conf. The NO_xxx options are obsolete and
should not be used.
Yes - src.conf is used for the system. make.conf will contain options
you want to apply to building ports. They were split to separate
Yes, src.conf is used for the system and that's where WITHOUT_PROFILING
should go, yet still, you might should take a look in here first:
and see what might happen if you use it.
read this thread (the whole thing) before going any further ..:
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