> I'm not sure what you mean by "added Os optimization level". Could
It might make sense to write
gcc -c -Os -pipe \
gcc -c -O -pipe \
meaning "optimize for space".
It is usually hard to decide what optimization level to use.
The picoLisp Makefile currently uses "-O2". I tried "-O3" (supposed to
optimize even more than "-O2"), but found that GCC produced buggy code
I think that for the purpose of the OpenGL library, the optimization
level will not matter, because most processing is done in the library
Concerning the MacOS target of 10.4, however, it seems that it is
harmful considering portability, and not really needed. Is this
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