Garrett Cooper wrote:
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> Hello,
> Coming from Gentoo we were taught how to 'rice' our machines.
> Based on my experience though with FreeBSD, this is an improper
> methodology for one to use.
> I was wondering (looking at the make.conf manpage), what's the
> best way to control one's CFLAGS/CXXFLAGS. I'd prefer if only a few
> ports would have optimized compiler flags, while the rest of the system
> used a safe set of compiler flags.
> So, I was wondering what the best course of action for setting
> variables in /etc/make.conf would be? Is this proper given what I'm
> trying to accomplish:
>
> /etc/make.conf snippet:
>
> CFLAGS= -O2 -pipe
> CXXFLAGS= ${CFLAGS}
> COPTFLAGS= ${CFLAGS} -msse -msse2 -mfpmath=sse,387
>
> NO_CPU_CFLAGS="YES"
> NO_CPU_COPTFLAGS="YES"
>
> CPUTYPE?=pentium4
>
> TIA!
> - -Garrett


sysutils/portconf might allow you to do what you want. I just use the
following construct in make.conf though, and it seems to work.

..if ${.CURDIR:M*/category/port}
or
..if ${.CURDIR:M*/category/port*}
put port specific defines here
..endif

BTW, questions like this probably are best served on questions@ instead
of hackers@.

HTH,
Micah
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