On 07-Apr-99 Andrey A. Chernov wrote:
> The problem is deeper. When I reemove it, I got this error:
> -2100 bytes available

tried with -O2 yet?
> it seems that boot2 needs to be reduced, and I don't know why it becomes
> that big and what can be reduced. First candidates are static cmd[512]
> and kernel[1024]. Please fix so it can be still compiled with gcc.

This raises an interesting point I think. Do we need to maintain gcc/egcs
compatibility? Or do we, since we track CURRENT, say: "alas, that's
progression for ye?"

Has there been an `official' consensus reached about this from core or

Jeroen Ruigrok van der Werven     <http://www.freebsdzine.org> 
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