*-John Lapeyre <lapeyre@physics.Arizona.EDU>
| On Tue, 6 Oct 1998, Craig Small wrote:
| csmall>email@example.com wrote:
| csmall>> I have recently created a debian/rules file with dh_make, it used "-g" for
| csmall>> CXXFLAGS and "-g -O2" for CFLAGS. Is there any reason for not using -O2 for
| csmall>> C++ compilation? Also do we really want debugging symbols in all the
| csmall>> binaries?
| csmall>> The C++ code compiled with -O2 seems to run well, so I don't think there's
| csmall>> any compiler error for my setup (latest EGCS) at least...
| csmall>I don't think we need to include debugging code, I'm not sure where the -g
| csmall>comes from in the CXXFLAGS as I thought I didn't set that anywhere.
| csmall>scooter$ grep CXX /usr/lib/debhelper/dh_make/*/*
| Maybe I don't understand what you-all are talking about,... but
| doesn't policy require compiling with -g and then stripping ? Last time I
| read the policy manual, this was the case.
The policy manual recommends using -g, but there is no requirement,
It won't show in the binary packages anyway. The reason for the
recommendation is purely for the benefit of the maintainer. It will
be easier to handle bugs if you have the symbols in some version.
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- Re: dh_make
- From: John Lapeyre <lapeyre@physics.Arizona.EDU>