|Subject:||What is the correct behavior for default_target_compile when type is "none"?|
|Date:||Thu, 23 May 2019 22:43:55 -0500|
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I have gathered lists of recognized types and options from the code and am now perplexed at what type "none" is actually supposed to do -- the current implementation ends up invoking the compiler with no specified mode or output, which produces a.out as an executable here.
I understand allowing no output file with "preprocess" -- GCC emits the preprocessed output on stdout, which becomes the return value of default_target_compile. But what is type "none" supposed to do?
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