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Re: [cdt-dev] build question -- extra switches

These generate the .d dependency files which are used by subsequent
incremental runs of make to ensure that objects are rebuilt when
dependencies change (for example a #included header).  How do you
think this is affecting a debug session? Is the dwarf different?

I'm not sure how the internal builder does dependency tracking...


On 15 April 2010 13:44, John Cortell <rat042@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Can someone familiar with the build support tell me why the compile line
> generated by the GNU Make Builder for a simple Cygwin or MinGW project is
>     gcc -O0 -g3 -Wall -c -fmessage-length=0 -MMD -MP -MF"src/p1.d"
> -MT"src/p1.d" -o"src/p1.o" "../src/p1.c"
> but the -MMD -MP -MF and -MT options don't appear in the GUI (see attached
> screenshot).
> At least one of these options is triggering a problem for the debugger. The
> Internal Builder does not specify those options.
> Seems odd to me that
> (a) the program is built with options that the user is not informed of via
> the GUI
> (b) the internal and make builder don't compile the source files the same
> way.
> John
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