On Fri, Jun 29, 2018 at 12:50 PM, Julien Cristau <jcris...@debian.org> wrote:
> Everyone, please avoid followups to debian-po...@lists.debian.org. > Unless something is relevant to *all* architectures (hint: discussion of > riscv or arm issues don't qualify), keep replies to the appropriate > port-specific mailing list. apologies, julien: as an outsider i'm not completely familiar with the guidelines. the reduction in memory-usage at the linker phase "-Wl,--no-keep-memory" however - and the associated inherent slowly-inexorably-increasing size is i feel definitely something that affects all ports. it is really *really* tricky to get any kind of traction *at all* with people on this. it's not gcc's problem to solve, it's not one package's problem to solve, it's not any one distros problem to solve, it's not any one port's problem to solve and so on, *and* it's a slow-burn problem that's taking *literally* a decade to become more and more of a problem. consequently getting reports and feedback to the binutils team is... damn hard. l.