[PATCH] winebuild: Use Clang to assemble if its integrated assembler is being used. (try 2) (resend)

Alexandre Julliard julliard at winehq.org
Fri Jan 18 06:00:26 CST 2013

Charles Davis <cdavis5x at gmail.com> writes:

> Try 2: Clarify that this is a Mac OS-only change. Don't use $CC as the assembler. Use the right flags to select 32/64-bit assembly with Clang.
> The configure script invokes the system compiler to figure out if .cfi
> pseudo-ops are supported, on the assumption that it will invoke the
> system assembler. Winebuild, on the other hand, invokes the system
> assembler directly. This caused a problem on Mac OS hosts when compiling
> with Clang: configure would detect that .cfi ops were supported, because
> Clang's integrated assembler supports them; however, when winebuild then
> emitted assembly with .cfi ops in them, the system assembler would then
> choke. This patch makes winebuild invoke Clang's assembler if a) we are
> on Mac OS, b) $CC is detected to be Clang, and c) it is using (whether
> by request or by default) its built-in assembler.

You can't use ifdefs in winebuild. This would have to be a runtime

Alexandre Julliard
julliard at winehq.org

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