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autoconf-2.69-10.1.2 - gcc fails

From: Linda A. Walsh
Subject: autoconf-2.69-10.1.2 - gcc fails
Date: Tue, 04 Aug 2015 04:25:23 -0700
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tool list from bootstrap.sh
automake (1.13.4) : automake
autoconf (2.69) : autoconf
libtool  (2.4.2) : libtool

I kept getting a C compiler failure -- bug couldn't figure out why
for some time.

I'm running with bash ( /bin/sh -> bash*)

The interesting thing -- It appended CFLAGS and LDFLAGS as
options before calling the compiler.

I was using the LDFLAG '-fuse-linker-plugin' which, apparently,
is not a gcc command line option, but a linker option (with
the compiler I had the -flto option).  Is there something I
should have done to prevent configure from combining

gcc (SUSE Linux) 4.9.0
GNU ld (GNU Binutils; openSUSE 13.2)
Linux 4.1.0-Isht-Van #2 SMP PREEMPT Tue x86_64

I also tried re-running the bootstrap.sh thinking maybe
it was a tool conflict somewhere and that might correct
it... nep.

Trying to make squid-3.5.6 from it's tarball

So, um... now I'm wondering if this is a gcc bug?


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