About --enable-new-ldflags

Michael Nottebrock lofi at freebsd.org
Mon Jul 4 21:24:15 BST 2005

On Monday, 4. July 2005 21:00, Szombathelyi Gy├Ârgy wrote:
> Hi!
> The --enable-new-ldflags is a very good switch to reduce kde dependencies.
> However there are some places where $(all_libraries) missing, so the
> neccessary flags are not added to the linking process. The attached patches
> fix this.
> And after all, why not --disable-new-ldflags? It seems that few (or no)
> packagers are using this flag, enabling this by default should not harm.

It did in the past (you should remember, you participated in most of the 
related threads on core-devel, also look in the -devel archives), which is 
the whole reason it's not turned on by default.

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