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Author xdegaye
Recipients Alex.Willmer, doko, martin.panter, twouters, vstinner, xdegaye
Date 2016-07-28.11:37:30
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> I am still curious what configures the preprocessor to set __ARM_ARCH to 7 (I guess the clang -target argument?)
Yes, the -target clang argument or the -march gcc argument.

> and why we can’t set LDFLAGS at the same time or place. Is it just more convenient this way?
I don't understand the question. LDFLAGS is set at the time we know that __ARM_ARCH is 7, just after the preprocessing is done. Would you set it elsewhere ?
LDFLAGS is set in with always this same idiom: LDFLAGS="$LDFLAGS new_options..." and this setting is done in what seems to be random places in
CCSHARED is set in one case statement.
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