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I have 3 groups of files, all reside in the same directory:
group1: file1.cc file2.cc file3.cc
group2: file4.cc file5.cc file6.cc
and then I have main.cc
I want to compile
- group1 with "-g"
- group 2 same as group 1 and in addition with "-Wall"
- group3 same as group 2 and in addition with " -fprofile-arcs -ftest-coverage "
My Sconstruct looks like this:
flags = '-g' fsharp = flags + ' -Wall' fprof = fsharp + ' -fprofile-arcs -ftest-coverage' . base = Environment(CCFLAGS = flags) sharp = base.Clone(CCFLAGS = fsharp) prof = sharp.Clone(CCFLAGS = fprof) . prfList = Split(""" file7.cc """) . myList = Split(""" file4.cc file5.cc file6.cc """) . list = Split(""" file1.cc file2.cc file3.cc """) . prof.Library('my1', prfList) sharp.Library('my2', myList) base.Library('my3', list) . #Library('my',['my1','my2','my3']) # this does NOT work ...??? . sharp.Program('main.cc', LIBS=['my1','my2','my3','my1','my2','my3'], LIBPATH='.')
Because I can't build a library from libraries, I have to specify my sublibraries twice, since there are dependencies between them. Does anybody know a better way to achieve this ...???