If you are using our library can be usefull, to put the library in debug mode to discover memory corruption, overflow, memory leak, or any other abuse of API or bug in your code. The options are activated in different ways if you are compiling the unit tests or you are compiling external code
- defining the macro SE_CLASS1 before include any openfpm headers enable security enhancements of class1
- define the macro SE_CLASS2 before include any openfpm headers enable security enhancements of class2
- define the macro SE_CLASS3 before include any openfpm headers enable security enhancements of class3
- define the macro
OpenFPM is in general is only header library with few exceptions, to compile the unit tests there are 4 that can be considered the most important options, in the install script these option are passed with -c "--enable-se-class1 --enable-se-class2 --enable-se-class3 --enable-debug"
- --enable-debug this option disable the optimizer and include debug information in the executables