rth said at http://gcc.gnu.org/ml/gcc/2002-05/msg00989.html he would not
raise the priority for 3.1.1. But this is a regression and I hope maybe
something can be done about it. Maybe a fix based on a #define one must
explicitly turn on when building GCC.
I do not see why a fix cannot go in (in some form). If a C++ user asks for
an alignment of `1' then give it to them -- since when has C/C++ been about
not letting the user shoot their foot off? Or, can't the fix take into
account that I am compiling C and not C++?
This regression is still causing us problems in FreeBSD's boot code due to
the larger size the code produces. I'm sure this could be an issue for
some embedded users.
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