Re: SGI's 'make' strips -LANG:std from the link line??
Date: Wed, 06 Oct 2004 23:22:15 -0500
> On 6 Oct 2004 14:25:58 -0700, Chris Sorenson wrote:
>>I'm trying to use autoconf to generate makefiles for a combination C,
>>C++, and Fortran program.
>>The problem is that using autoconf's 'CXXFLAGS' variable to pass
>>'-LANG:std' to SGI's 'make' doesn't work. 'make' is stripping
>>-LANG:std from the link line!
> Or... the generated Makefile has some GNU make dialects.
> Or... autoconf is using GNU sed features to substitute the values.
Everything that gets sent off to any non-GNU platforms (we're
developing on Sun, SGI, and Linux) gets generated by the 'make dist'
target, which is supposed to be platform independant across the *nix
spectrum. Yeah right! ;)
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