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compile python in release...

mg
Hi,

I try to install two Python environments on my platform: one in release,
the other in debug.

I generate the RELEASE Python environment with the following instructions :
./configure --prefix=/usr/local/python --enable-shared
make


My problem is here : all the source files are compiled with the -g flag
which might be the debug flag. (On the other hand, the option -DNDEBUG
is defined : it's normal !)

Then my question is :
Is exist a flag/option to run the shell script named 'configure'
allowing to remove the '-g' flag located in the generated makefile ?

Thanks

Jul 19 '05 #1
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