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Re: Bug#260747: removing "--enable-final" allows successful compilation of arts-1.3.0

On Sun, Aug 15, 2004 at 10:51:52PM +0200, Kurt Roeckx wrote:
> On Sun, Aug 15, 2004 at 03:39:10PM -0500, David Dumas wrote:
> > I was referring to the rules for arts-1.3.0-1, specifically, lines 73-76:
> > 
> >         # run configure with build tree $(objdir)
> >         cd $(objdir) && \
> >         CC=gcc-3.3 CXX=g++-3.3 ../configure $(configkde) --enable-final \
> >         --with-alsa
> So this really is a bug in arts.  arts should not be using
> options that are marked experimental.

It is considered important enough that it is (almost) always verified to
work with compilers before shipping KDE. I think it may just be tested
with the compilers the various packagers/developers actually use. It
usually reduces build time by half, which is extremely important for
very slow archs like arm, mips, mipsel, etc where it can shave many days
off the build time. It will be fixed by the time Debian is using gcc 3.4
for its default compiler.


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