Juli Mallett wrote:
> Errr, it was with 0 level optimisation that is the problem, not a real
> level. Read carefully what bde said, and look at hte warnings and how
> GCC deals with the code in question.
> Also, your example is very wrong, read make(1)'s section on dealing with
I know my example is very wrong; though it could be used to grep
for optimizer flags, where it could not be used for what I jokingly
said it could be used for... I guess it was too subtle.
-O0 fails to produce good code; how do I check and warn if
-O0 is being used?
Fix -O0, or grep its use and complain about it
Make its use an argument error to the compiler, until it is
Quit munging the Makefiles, when they will just need to be
unmunged later, and the problem goes away if you change
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