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Re: NDEBUG when building packages?

Daniel Pocock writes ("NDEBUG when building packages?"):
> I notice some upstreams hack NDEBUG into their Makefile, while others
> leave it at the discretion of the user
> Is there any distribution policy for this?  Should I be adding something
> into debian/rules to set -DNDEBUG when I prepare a package for release?

-DNDEBUG is (normally) EBW.

Unless your packages are weird in some way, you shouldn't set it.
Even if upstream specify it it can be right to remove it.


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