--- Sean Chittenden <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I ran into, what I think is the same thing as you're
> describing, a
> while ago.  The short and skinny being that -O0
> doesn't compile any
> ASM which breaks things and is why you need at least
> -O to compile the
> kernel/world.  ::shrug:: I could've botched that
> explanation, but it
> took me a while to track this down and have it
> explained.  Kind of
> obscure IMHO.  Someone suggested testing to make
> sure that at least -O
> is specified where needed, but I'm 99% sure I
> haven't seen that
> commit.  -sc
> -- 
> Sean Chittenden


Thanks for your answer. I'm just curious why a lower
optimization level could cause trouble than -O.
Anyway, my -current works fine with the default
CFLAGS. It seems that there're some commits to
rtld-elf on today.


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