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doug.hunley at gmail

Apr 27, 2012, 5:08 AM

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per-package CFLAGS?

Am I understanding the docs correctly in that I can use
/etc/portage/package.env to set per-package CFLAGS?

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wonko at wonkology

Apr 27, 2012, 5:28 AM

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Re: per-package CFLAGS? [In reply to]

Doug Hunley writes:

> Am I understanding the docs correctly in that I can use
> /etc/portage/package.env to set per-package CFLAGS?

Yes, and it's quite easy. Here is mine:

app-emulation/virtualbox safecflags.conf j1.conf
app-office/libreoffice notmpfs.conf
dev-lang/R j1.conf
games-fps/alienarena notmpfs.conf
games-fps/worldofpadman notmpfs.conf
games-puzzle/pingus safecflags.conf
games-sports/vdrift notmpfs.conf
mail-client/thunderbird notmpfs.conf
sys-boot/grub grub.conf
sys-libs/glibc nosandbox.conf
www-client/firefox notmpfs.conf

These *.conf files are located in /etc/portage/env/, and they are just
shell scripts sourced by emerge. For example, j1.conf simply has the line
'MAKEOPTS=-j1' in it, this disables parallel makes for some packages
where I had trouble with it. Similarly, notmpfs.conf has
'PORTAGE_TMPDIR=/var/portage/tmp', while my normal PORTAGE_TMPDIR is on
tmpfs. 5G sometimes is not enough for the big packages. grub.conf has
'export DONT_MOUNT_BOOT=foo', this disables mounting the /boot directory
and doing stuff there when emerging it again. I already forgot about this
one. And nosandbox.conf has 'FEATURES=-usersandbox', as recent glibc does
not build here with this setting.

Any finally my savecflags.conf:
CFLAGS="-pipe -march=amdfam10 -O2"
CXXFLAGS=$CFLAGS

Wonko


doug.hunley at gmail

Apr 27, 2012, 7:47 AM

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Re: per-package CFLAGS? [In reply to]

awesome, thanks!

Now I don't have to worry about graphite killing R or ppl anymore ;)

On Fri, Apr 27, 2012 at 08:28, Alex Schuster <wonko [at] wonkology> wrote:
> Doug Hunley writes:
>
>> Am I understanding the docs correctly in that I can use
>> /etc/portage/package.env to set per-package CFLAGS?
>
> Yes, and it's quite easy. Here is mine:
>
> app-emulation/virtualbox        safecflags.conf j1.conf
> app-office/libreoffice          notmpfs.conf
> dev-lang/R                      j1.conf
> games-fps/alienarena            notmpfs.conf
> games-fps/worldofpadman         notmpfs.conf
> games-puzzle/pingus             safecflags.conf
> games-sports/vdrift             notmpfs.conf
> mail-client/thunderbird         notmpfs.conf
> sys-boot/grub                   grub.conf
> sys-libs/glibc                  nosandbox.conf
> www-client/firefox              notmpfs.conf
>
> These *.conf files are located in /etc/portage/env/, and they are just
> shell scripts sourced by emerge. For example, j1.conf simply has the line
> 'MAKEOPTS=-j1' in it, this disables parallel makes for some packages
> where I had trouble with it. Similarly, notmpfs.conf has
> 'PORTAGE_TMPDIR=/var/portage/tmp', while my normal PORTAGE_TMPDIR is on
> tmpfs. 5G sometimes is not enough for the big packages. grub.conf has
> 'export DONT_MOUNT_BOOT=foo', this disables mounting the /boot directory
> and doing stuff there when emerging it again. I already forgot about this
> one. And nosandbox.conf has 'FEATURES=-usersandbox', as recent glibc does
> not build here with this setting.
>
> Any finally my savecflags.conf:
>  CFLAGS="-pipe -march=amdfam10 -O2"
>  CXXFLAGS=$CFLAGS
>
>        Wonko
>



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Twitter: @hunleyd                                               Web:
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