Kris Kennaway wrote:
> About a week ago des changed the default value of CFLAGS to "-O2
> -pipe" on FreeBSD 6.0-CURRENT. While this is believed to be safe for
> compiling world + kernel on -CURRENT thesedays (because the aliasing
> bugs that are exposed with -O2 have been fixed), it's definitely *not*
> safe for compiling many ports (there are at least 350 ports that emit
> warnings about aliasing, and would probably have runtime errors when
> compiled with -O2; moreover, a number of ports fail to even build with
> Therefore, if you compile ports on FreeBSD 6.0, you should set
> CFLAGS=-O -pipe in your /etc/make.conf for now, until we can resolve
> this problem more satisfactorily.
This is just an FYI for whomever cares: all GNOME metaports build
cleanly in a -CURRENT jail with -O2.
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