gvelasquez at ...12923...
Thu Mar 17 13:51:22 EST 2005
Yes, the string SOURCEFIRE is only found in the "Makefile" files.
Matt Kettler escribió:
> Geffrey Velásquez wrote:
>> With 2.3.2:
>> ./configure --help
>> --enable-sourcefire Enable Sourcefire specific build options
> It actually does nothing.
> It adds -DSOURCEFIRE to the cflags passed to the c compiler. This
> creates a defined preprocessor symbol SOURCEFIRE, but nothing in the
> source code uses that define. Having flags like this is pretty common
> in development. I suspect it's an artifact of some testing flags that
> one of the developers uses.
> I even did a recursive grep, and found no reference the the SOURCEFIRE
> directive anywhere other than configure and configure.in, proving it
> really does nothing.
> grep -r SOURCEFIRE *
> File configure:
> CFLAGS="$CFLAGS -DSOURCEFIRE"
> File configure.in:
> CFLAGS="$CFLAGS -DSOURCEFIRE",)
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