Revert "specify language flag when source LANGUAGE property is set"
Revert !4780 (merged). The purpose of that change was
to convert an explicit
LANGUAGE source file property into an explicit
language specification compiler flag like
-x c. This seems reasonable
since the property is documented as meaning "indicate what programming
language the source file is". It is also needed to help compilers deal
with non-standard source file extensions they don't recognize.
However, some projects have been setting
LANGUAGE C on
source files to mean "use the C compiler". Passing
-x c for them
breaks the build because the
.S sources are not written in C. These
projects should be updated to use
enable_language(ASM), for which
CMake often chooses the C compiler as the assembler when using
toolchains that support it (which would have to be the case for projects
using the approach).
Revert the change for now to preserve the old behavior for such projects. We can re-introduce it with a policy in a future version of CMake.