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SubjectRe: Module compilation
On Wed, Oct 20, 2004 at 10:36:00AM -0400, Richard B. Johnson wrote> 
> ...but it's not CFLAGS that needs to be modified, it's
> a named variable that doesn't exist yet, perhaps "USERDEF",
> or "DEFINES".
Reading the above I cannot what amkes you say that EXTRA_CFLAGS
or CFLAGS_module.o cannot be used?
Is it the name you do not like or is it some fnctionality
you are missing?

>I see that the normal "defines" is a constant
> called "CHECKFLAGS", so this isn't appropriate for user
> modification.
CHECKFLAGS is only used when you use "make C=1" - to pass options
to sparse.

Sam
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