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Re: [bluetooth-dev] a few build issues




> > 2. Although we just recently added the -MD option to gcc for automatic
> > dependency generation, the kernel builds dependencies with the 'dep'
> > target. Does anyone know why the kernel uses 'dep' instead of -MD? Is it
> > to speed up kernel builds? And do we want to conform to that practice
> > instead of using -MD?
>
> I see no reason for this. Though, I wish the .d files had been hidden :(

Found the following in the pcmcia-cs package:

# Stuff to automatically maintain dependency files

%.o : %.c
        $(CC) -MD $(CFLAGS) $(CPPFLAGS) -c $<
        @xxxxxxx.depfiles

-include $(SRCS:%.c=.depfiles/%.d)

/Johan


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