[Olsr-dev] (no subject)

Henning Rogge (spam-protected)
Wed May 21 08:18:47 CEST 2008

Am Mittwoch 21 Mai 2008 08:07:00 schrieb Sven-Ola Tücke:
> Moins,
> no. Make install installs. Ask your favorite packeteer (ipkg, deb, rpm
> maker). If one needs to run gdb, he/she should *know* how to pull in
> unstripped binaries. Looks that there is a difference between
> gredler.at/olsrd and the sourceforge repo. My apologize for beeing rude.
I disagree. (no apologize necessary ^^)

It should be the users option to choose between stripped and non-stripped 
version, in Gentoo (the linux distribution) I just activate the "debug-flag" 
and anything get's compiled with debug information.

In addition to this a install_nostrip target make it easier to handle testing 
enviroments, because you use the same place for the binaries than the normal 

An additional make target (esp. a non-default target) will not hurt the normal 
user, but it's an advantage for developers and testers. So I see no reason 
why we should not include it (and put the "strip" command back to the default 


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