Changeset 8430


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Timestamp:
02/26/13 00:04:27 (9 years ago)
Author:
gf
Message:

build: Document HOSTCC and HOSTCFLAGS variables.

Location:
trunk
Files:
2 edited

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  • trunk/Makefile

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    563563                     For example you can run: 'make OSCAM_BIN=my-oscam'\n\
    564564\n\
     565 Binaries compiled and run during the OSCam build:\n\
     566\n\
     567   OSCam builds webif/pages_gen binary that is run by the build system to\n\
     568   generate file that holds web pages. To build this binary two variables\n\
     569   are used:\n\
     570\n\
     571   HOSTCC=gcc     - The compiler used for building binaries that are run on\n\
     572                    the build machine (the host). Default: gcc\n\
     573                    To use clang for example run: make CC=clang HOSTCC=clang\n\
     574\n\
     575   HOSTCFLAGS=xxx - The CFLAGS passed to HOSTCC. See webif/Makefile for the\n\
     576                    default host cflags.\n\
     577\n\
    565578 Config targets:\n\
    566579   make config        - Start configuration utility.\n\
  • trunk/README.build

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    169169                      'Distribution/oscam-1.20-unstable_svn7404-i486-slackware-linux-static'
    170170                     For example you can run: 'make OSCAM_BIN=my-oscam'
     171
     172 Binaries compiled and run during the OSCam build:
     173
     174   OSCam builds webif/pages_gen binary that is run by the build system to
     175   generate file that holds web pages. To build this binary two variables
     176   are used:
     177
     178   HOSTCC=gcc     - The compiler used for building binaries that are run on
     179                    the build machine (the host). Default: gcc
     180                    To use clang for example run: make CC=clang HOSTCC=clang
     181
     182   HOSTCFLAGS=xxx - The CFLAGS passed to HOSTCC. See webif/Makefile for the
     183                    default host cflags.
    171184
    172185 Config targets:
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