In the last episode (Aug 25), Robert Huff said:
> Having read the "gprof" man page, profiled libraries seem to be an
> aid to debugging not necessary for routine system operation.
>
> Is this correct?  Is there any reason not to set "NOPROFILE" in
> /etc/make.conf?

If you never intend to profile your code, the profiling libraries are
just taking up space.  If you do decide to profile something, just make
another world with NOPROFILE commented out.

-- 
        Dan Nelson
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