I dont think we solved this.. But I think the way to put -m64 should be same as in Linux and Solaris
and not different.
Tom Lane wrote:
> Peter Eisentraut <peter_e(at)gmx(dot)net> writes:
>> Am Mittwoch, 17. Januar 2007 17:12 schrieb Tom Lane:
>>> "Jignesh K. Shah" <J(dot)K(dot)Shah(at)Sun(dot)COM> writes:
>>>> simple if I use -m64 for 64 bit then all end binaries are generated
>>>> 64-bit and the shared libraries are generated 32-bit and the compilation
>>>> fails (ONLY ON SOLARIS) since that particular line is only for the
>>>> condition Solaris AND gcc.
>>>> If I use the COMPILER which is CC + CFLAGS it passes -m64 properly to it
>>>> and generates shared libraries 64-bit and the compile continues..
>>> Hmm ... I see we're doing it that way already for some other platforms,
>>> but I can't help thinking it's a kluge. Wouldn't the correct answer be
>>> that -m64 needs to be in LDFLAGS?
>> The correct answer may be to put -m64 into CC.
> Did we conclude that that was a satisfactory solution, or is this still
> a live patch proposal?
> If -m64 in CC is the right solution, it should probably be mentioned in
> regards, tom lane
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