Gordon Malm wrote:
It looks to me like you've already made up your mind. How is hardened doing the entirely wrong thing?

From the page [1] you mentioned:

"If so, that seems to me like an abuse of the -D option."

The abuse is in changing the compiler behavior based on -D options.

What do you propose can be done to "fix" the hardened compiler?

From the same page:

"It would be better for you to remove the patch from gcc where it makes -D__KERNEL__ imply -nossp -nopie, and to instead patch the Linux kernel build system (Makefiles, etc.) so that it passes "-D__KERNEL__ -nossp -nopie" rather than "-D__KERNEL__"."

[1] http://code.google.com/p/distcc/issues/detail?id=25


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