Peter Eisentraut <peter_e(at)gmx(dot)net> writes:
> We only take the -L flags from LDFLAGS for the shared library link. This is
> probably a result of paranoia. Can you think of a flag that is reasonable
> for a user to set in LDFLAGS by hand that should not end up in the shared
> library link? Useful LDFLAGS I can think of are -L, -l, -R (or equivalent),
> debugging, optimization, profiling, and maybe some 32/64 bit selection, and
> all of these can be passed to the shared library link. I'm not sure,
> however, about the assignments in Makefile.hpux.
I think the HPUX flags would be ok; leastwise, if they are not, I'll
soon find out ;-).
If you think this would be a good change, go ahead and make it. I'd
suggest however that there needs to be a way for the Makefile.port files
to supply loader flags that are used only for executables. It doesn't
have to be called LDFLAGS though...
regards, tom lane
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