From: Bruno Haible <bruno@cl...> - 2006-07-24 17:03:31
Sam asked me to comment on this.
> + This means that you should configure CLISP like this:
> + CFLAGS="" ./configure ...
I would formulate this differently:
This means that if your distribution's policy is to minimize
executables' size at the expense of debuggability, you need
to specify CFLAGS explicitly, such as this:
CFLAGS="-O2" ./configure ...
This 1) makes it clear that we don't recommend omitting -g,
2) suggest CFLAGS=-O2, not CFLAGS="", because with most GNU programs
CFLAGS="" would lead to non-optimized code. (Not with clisp, I know.)