Questions about compile options (ioq3 on Solaris).
tim at ngus.net
Fri Oct 28 13:32:08 PDT 2005
On Fri, 28 Oct 2005 11:05:32 -0400 David wrote:
> As someone working with small, embedded systems, without great
> horsepower, I think DLL_ONLY really applies. I don't want the
> interpreter even to exist in the end code, I just want precompiled
> binaries/libs for everything. That make sense?
Yes, but I'm not sure ioq3 is really the best choice if you're wanting
to work with embedded systems. There are a couple of projects out there
where the goal is eliminate the libs altogether and end up with a single
glob of code -- maybe this would be better for you.
> Oh, and as to whether to make them make args vs header-based flags,
> really only matters if you are switching between them I guess --
> though as a header-based flag, it would hopefully cause all dependent
> files to recompile, whereas the make arg wouldn't necessarily. ;)
In any normal situation you wouldn't need to be swtiching them so I'm
not sure it really matters, but it's still a valid point.
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