[Chandler-dev] Compiler versions

Reid Ellis rae at osafoundation.org
Thu Apr 20 09:17:40 PDT 2006


But.. isn't that the same thing?

If we did implement CHANDLER_STRICT_BUILD_ENVIRONMENT_CHECK, you  
could say:

	make CHANDLER_STRICT_BUILD_ENVIRONMENT_CHECK=1 DEBUG=1 world

I thought that anything you put on the command line with xxx=yyy *is*  
an environment variable inside the ensuing Makefiles.

Reid

On Thu Apr 20 2006, at 10:58, John Anderson wrote:
> I would prefer that the default were the strict case and optionally  
> you can override it with the environment variable. Personally, I  
> think we use too many environment variables, which I find error  
> prone, and I'd prefer that we use an argument to the make command  
> like we do with DEBUG.
>
> John
>
> Reid Ellis wrote:
>> On Wed Apr 19 2006, at 23:48, Heikki Toivonen wrote:
>>> 1. By default, only print out a warning about potentially  
>>> incompatible compiler but continue to build anyway. If  
>>> CHANDLER_STRICT_BUILD_ENVIRONMENT_CHECK was defined, the build  
>>> would actually stop with an error.



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