adddebug man page

adddebug — Modifies Makefile(s) to add debug info

Synopsis

adddebug [-k] [-r] [-n]

Description

adddebug modifies the Makefile in the current directory (and optionally in its subdirectories) to add debug info (-g3). It will also remove optimisations (-O[1-9]).

This utility is part of the KDE Software Development Kit.

Options

-k
Keep optimisations (do not remove -O[1-9]? flags which are removed by default).
-r
Recursively search through all subdirectories of the current directory and operate on every Makefile that is found.
-n
compile without NDEBUG and NO_DEBUG being defined (makes kDebug calls work)

Author

Ben Burton <bab@debian.org>

Author.

Info

March 7, 2003 [FIXME: source] [FIXME: manual]