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Timestamp:
01/06/10 17:30:17 (11 years ago)
Author:
davidb
Message:

Update to use of -m32, which is activated when compiling on a 64-bit machine. The requirement for needing to using -m32 is mg and mg++ (which currently only work with 32-bit sized data-types). If both --disable-mg and --disable-mgpp are specified this means that we don't need to use -m32. Configure files updated to detect this and 'cancel' the -m32 flag.

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  • main/trunk/greenstone2/configure.in

    r21417 r21432  
    189189  fi
    190190fi
     191
     192# Only need compat32bitflag if using MG or MGPP
     193if test "$ENABLE_MG" = "0" ; then
     194  COMPAT32BITFLAGS=
     195else
     196  if test "$ENABLE_MGPP" = "0" ; then
     197    COMPAT32BITFLAGS=
     198  fi
     199fi
     200
    191201export COMPAT32BITFLAGS
    192202AC_SUBST(COMPAT32BITFLAGS)
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