Subject: Re: [Boost-build] function inlining
From: Vladimir Prus (ghost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2014-10-03 03:37:04
On 10/02/2014 11:40 PM, Mauricio Carneiro wrote:
> Hi all,
> turns out clang 3.5 is no longer supporting <http://llvm.org/klaus/clang/commit/6590426aeb5275ec33dac2877f9349bbbb2d4b2e/#0-L-571>
> -finline-functions, which it claims never did anything anyway, so this is their way to take it out of usage.
> My release builds (which are done solely through boost build) automatically add this parameter to the compilation command line, and thus is
> now failing (since I use -Werror).
> Is there a way to modify the "release" variant not to use that line anymore? Also, is there a way to extend the command line parameters that
> the release variant will use?
I think you need to modify
to not pass -finline-function and either pass whatever is the right option, or add a comment explaining
that clang does not provide explicit control for inlining. If you confirm that it works fine, and
possibly review clang-darwin.jam and clang-win.jam for similar code, you can submit a pull request,
or just patch.
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