Daniel P. Berrange wrote:
Incidentally this reminds me that the handling of CFLAGS in configure.ac is fubar - we're hardcoding the compiler flags including optimization level. So in the RPM builds we're forcing it to -O instead of honouring the $RPM_BUILD_OPTS which would normally turned on -O2, as well as the fortify source related security checks.
Yes it's totally wrong. At the moment if the user tries to override the CFLAGS on the configure command line, the user's preferences are ignored. The way to do this properly is to set AM_CFLAGS in all of the Makefile.am files.
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