Issue: games-emulation/ppsspp-1.14 overwrites user's optimization (-O*).
Discovered on: amd64 (internal ref: ci)
unless there are known issues with -O* configured by the user, the build system should not overwrite -O*.
Created attachment 842927 [details]
build log and emerge --info (compressed because it exceeds attachment limit, use 'xzless' to read it)
This looks invalid to me, seems to be same -O fine?
And don't think this check is going to work for various reasons, sometimes overriding is wanted for certain files / packages because of known issues too.
It compiles with -O2 as instructed by the CFLAGS, what is the error here?
Btw it compiles correctly with -O3 on my system.
Well, actually it looks like it's forcing -O2 for 7 files, "-O2.*-O2", not that I think it's something worth fixing in general.
There are packages where that's intentional too (e.g. mkvtoolnix needs to force -O0 for one file to prevent near-hanging).
(In reply to Ionen Wolkens from comment #4)
> Well, actually it looks like it's forcing -O2 for 7 files, "-O2.*-O2", not
> that I think it's something worth fixing in general.
Note I meant that more for when there's just a few compilation lines that do this, not when it overrides every files.