Bug#401385: This might not be as easy as I thought...
Ludovic Brenta wrote:
> Kevin Brown writes:
> > That may be true, but developers aren't the only ones who might make
> > use of these files. Anyone who gets a crash in an Ada application
> > could get a much better traceback (for filing a bug report) with
> > these files in place than without.
> > Independent of the potential issues described below, we should give
> > some serious thought to including the debugging files with the runtime
> > package.
> > It does bloat the package a bit, though.
> The overriding reason is multilib. We will make a separate -dbg
> package, and we will probably even move the static library to another
> package, too. Better do it right the first time.
Yeah, I'm all for that. I just wasn't sure how hard it would be.
> The only part of the package name that will change across versions is
> the version number, and there is a macro in the Makefiles for that:
> $(GNAT_VERSION). All package names in binary-ada.mk are derived from
> that macro, and we pass its value to m4 so it generates control from
> control.m4. So, no problem. See the top 15 lines of binary-ada.mk of
> you're not convinced.
OK, this should (hopefully) be relatively easy then. It takes a
number of hours for the package to build on my box, so it'll take some
time for me to make the changes and debug them.
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