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Re: how to compile same source multiple times?

From: Sandip Bhattacharya
Subject: Re: how to compile same source multiple times?
Date: Mon, 25 Feb 2002 13:58:01 +0530 (IST)

I have had the same problem. I had a file that needed to be compiled in
both userspace and kernelspace. The code was the same but used kernel
equivalent functions.I used a ugly solution which many wont approve, I am sure. 
I merely used
symlinks. Now this had the advantage that when you actually did 'make
dist' the symlinks were converted into actual copies by gtar.
Hope this helps.

- Sandip

> Perhaps this is a FAQ, but I can't seem to find the answer anywhere:
> What's the proper way of telling automake that the same source file
> needs to be compiled multiple times with different options.
> For example, I have a file called foo.c and I'd like to compile it once
> with the normal options and once with -DBAR defined.  The
> resulting two objects would have to go into the same library (foo.c
> will define different global symbols depending on whether or not BAR is
> defined).

Sandip Bhattacharya

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