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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