MPS issue job003902

Titlecommpre/commpost distinction is unnecessary
Assigned userGareth Rees
DescriptionThe Windows makefile system uses two common makefiles which are included around the compiler makefile, for example:

!INCLUDE commpre.nmk
!INCLUDE mv.nmk
!INCLUDE commpost.nmk
AnalysisBut this is unnecessary after job003713 was fixed. We could merge them into a single comm.nmk.

Backed out the first solution <>. There may be a way to do this using the same trick as you applied in changelist 187299 using a temporary makefile, or by naming variables different, e.g. mv.nmk could define CFLAGSTOOLPRE (because "mv" is a "tool"). RB 2016-02-16
How foundinspection
Created byGareth Rees
Created on2014-11-08 09:19:30
Last modified byRichard Brooksby
Last modified on2016-02-16 17:50:57
History2014-11-08 GDR Created.


Change Effect Date User Description
189253 open 2016-02-16 17:46:27 Richard Brooksby Backing out changelist 187528 as it removed most of the flags from the C compiler command line on Windows.
187528 closed 2014-11-29 16:43:45 Gareth Rees Merge commpre.nmk and commpost.nmk into comm.nmk.