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The building of the Gtk2-WebKit module is handled by inc/Module::Install. When I build Gtk2-WebKit on Windows, I get the following output:
... [ XS xs\WebKit.xs ] [ CC xs\WebKit.c ] [ XS xs\WebKitDownload.xs ] [ CC xs\WebKitDownload.c ] [ XS xs\WebKitWebView.xs ] ... [ CC xs\WebKitWebView.c ] [ XS xs\WebKitWebWindowFeatures.xs ] [ CC xs\WebKitWebWindowFeatures.c ] ...
But the actual compilation command (that compiles the .c files into .o files) is not made visible.
How do I change that ?
I really would like to see that these .c files are being compiled with -mms-bitfields (which is in $Config{ccflags}), as I suspect they are not.


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