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Re: [PATCH] Respect CPPFLAGS in Perl bindings

From: Daniel L. Rall <dlr_at_finemaltcoding.com>
Date: 2007-10-22 07:50:45 CEST

On Sun, 21 Oct 2007, Robert Spier wrote:

> > Why is this necessary? For C++ compilers used against the native code in
> > the Perl bindings? (If that's necessary, I'm in favor of this patch.)
> CPP in this context is "C pre-processor" not C++. In theory, CPPFLAGS
> is where you specify -I and -D flags.
> CCFLAGS is generaly for the C compiler.
> CXXFLAGS is generally for a C++ compiler.

I've confirmed that we're using the variables as described by Robert.
The preprocessors for Both C and C++ compilers are going to use CPPFLAGS,
so it seems we need this patch.

Daniel Rall

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