AX_CFLAGS_WARN_ALL [(shellvar[, default[, action-if-found[, action-if-not-found]]])] AX_CXXFLAGS_WARN_ALL [(shellvar[, default[, action-if-found[, action-if-not-found]]])] AX_FCFLAGS_WARN_ALL [(shellvar[, default[, action-if-found[, action-if-not-found]]])]
Specify compiler options that enable most reasonable warnings. For the GNU Compiler Collection (GCC), for example, it will be "-Wall". The result is added to shellvar, one of CFLAGS, CXXFLAGS or FCFLAGS if the first parameter is not specified.
Each of these macros accepts the following optional arguments:
- $1 - shellvar shell variable to use (CFLAGS, CXXFLAGS or FCFLAGS if not specified, depending on macro)
- $2 - default value to use for flags if compiler vendor cannot be determined (by default, "")
- $3 - action-if-found action to take if the compiler vendor has been successfully determined (by default, add the appropriate compiler flags to shellvar)
- $4 - action-if-not-found action to take if the compiler vendor has not been determined or is unknown (by default, add the default flags, or "" if not specified, to shellvar)
These macros use AX_COMPILER_VENDOR to determine which flags should be returned for a given compiler. Not all compilers currently have flags defined for them; patches are welcome. If need be, compiler flags may be made language-dependent: use a construct like the following:
[vendor_name], [m4_if(_AC_LANG_PREFIX,[C], VAR="--relevant-c-flags",dnl m4_if(_AC_LANG_PREFIX,[CXX], VAR="--relevant-c++-flags",dnl m4_if(_AC_LANG_PREFIX,[FC], VAR="--relevant-fortran-flags",dnl VAR="$2"; FOUND="no")))],
Note: These macros also depend on AX_PREPEND_FLAG.
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