Commit e48cab2a authored by Krzysztof Gogolewski's avatar Krzysztof Gogolewski Committed by Marge Bot

Add a flag to indicate that gcc supports -no-pie

Fixes #17919.
parent d360f343
......@@ -2232,6 +2232,8 @@ dynamic_flags_deps = [
-- (see #15319)
toolSettings_ccSupportsNoPie = False
}
, make_ord_flag defFlag "pgmc-supports-no-pie"
$ noArg $ alterToolSettings $ \s -> s { toolSettings_ccSupportsNoPie = True }
, make_ord_flag defFlag "pgms"
(HasArg (\_ -> addWarn "Object splitting was removed in GHC 8.8"))
, make_ord_flag defFlag "pgma"
......
......@@ -180,6 +180,20 @@ the following flags:
Pass ⟨option⟩ to the C compiler.
.. ghc-flag:: -pgmc-supports-no-pie
:shortdesc: Indicate that the C compiler supports ``-no-pie``
:type: dynamic
:category: phase-options
When ``-pgmc`` is used, GHC by default will never pass the ``-no-pie``
command line flag. The rationale is that it is not known whether the
specified compiler will support it. This flag can be used to indicate
that ``-no-pie`` is supported. It has to be passed after ``-pgmc``.
This flag is not neccessary when ``-pgmc`` is not used, since GHC
remembers whether the default C compiler supports ``-no-pie`` in
an internal settings file.
.. ghc-flag:: -optcxx ⟨option⟩
:shortdesc: pass ⟨option⟩ to the C++ compiler
:type: dynamic
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