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# configure.host

# This shell script handles all host based configuration for the garbage
# collector.
# It sets various shell variables based on the the host and the
# configuration options.  You can modify this shell script without
# needing to rerun autoconf.

# This shell script should be invoked as
#   . configure.host
# If it encounters an error, it will exit with a message.

# It uses the following shell variables:
#   host		The configuration host
#   host_cpu		The configuration host CPU
#   target_optspace	--enable-target-optspace ("yes", "no", "")

# It sets the following shell variables:
#   gc_cflags	Special CFLAGS to use when building

# We should set -fexceptions if we are using gcc and might be used
# inside something like gcj.  This is the zeroth approximation:
case "$host" in 
    *-*-linux* )
    gc_cflags=-fexceptions
    ;;
    *-*-hpux* )
    gc_cflags=+ESdbgasm
    ;;
esac

case "${target_optspace}:${host}" in
  yes:*)
    gc_cflags="${gc_cflags} -Os"
    ;;
  :m32r-* | :d10v-* | :d30v-*)
    gc_cflags="${gc_cflags} -Os"
    ;;
  no:* | :*)
    # Nothing.
    ;;
esac

# Set any host dependent compiler flags.
# THIS TABLE IS SORTED.  KEEP IT THAT WAY.

case "${host}" in
  mips-tx39-*|mipstx39-unknown-*)
	boehm_gc_cflags="${boehm_gc_cflags} -G 0"
	;;
  *)
	;;
esac