Re: How to enable/disable my debug code?
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On 27 Jul 2011, at 12:56, narke wrote: > With a same set of autoconf/automake files, how to I distribute my > program that allows user to build it with or without debug code > enabled? In my code, there are something like below: > > #if (__MY_DEBUG__) > ... > #endif > > Thanks in advance. For debug builds: ./configure CFLAGS='-g' CPPFLAGS=-D__MY_DEBUG__ For regular builds: ./configure If you use assert.h, you can also speed things up a bit more by turning off the assertions with: ./configure CPPFLAGS=-DNDEBUG Of course you can write (or find and copy) some Autoconf M4 code to do some or all of the above automatically depending on the presence of configure options like: ./configure --enable-debug Googling for 'AC_ARG_ENABLE debug' turns up many examples such as: AC_ARG_ENABLE([debug], [ --enable-debug build with additional debugging code], [CFLAGS='-g';AC_DEFINE([__MY_DEBUG__])]) HTH, -- Gary V. Vaughan (gary AT gnu DOT org) _______________________________________________ Autoconf mailing list Autoconf@xxxxxxx https://lists.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/autoconf
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