On 01/14/10 14:54, Cyprien Nicolas wrote:
> Hello lispers,
> I'm attaching to this mail two ebuild for the last releases of Bigloo
> and Hop, I have mainly adapted the existing ebuilds.
Thanks for providing these ebuilds, I'll make sure they are added to the
> Some notes, about the bigloo.ebuild:
> I have to had the threads flag, for dependencies, hop[threads] needs
> bigloo[threads], which needs boehm-gc[threads]. That makes the hop
> ebuild with three dependencies on hop, I don't know how to make it
> clearer, or better.
There was an issue with a bundled copy of boegm-gc, I hope Mr Serrano
took care of that :), otherwise some patching must be made for security
> Then, I had to manually had -fno-omit-frame-pointer to Bigloo's CFLAGS,
> for several reasons:
> First, for compile-bee, part of the code may be compiled with -pg flag
> (for gprof profiling), this option is incompatible with
> Next, at runtime, Bigloo uses the CFLAGS he got at compile time when
> calling GCC on the produced C file. so bigloo -p will call gcc -pg (if
> enabled), then raise a gcc error.
Yes, I've bumped up to this problem too.
Strictly "ebuild-speaking", the best way to handle this is with the
eclass flag-o-matic, removing -fomit-frame-pointer. Either way, you are
right, that flag must be disabled.
> This ebuild has been ran on both x86 hardened and x86_64 hardened
> systems, without any issue except the -pg thing I have bypassed.
Great, thanks for the testing.
> Any comment are welcome