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Re: disabling -O on gcc platforms

From: Robert Schwebel
Subject: Re: disabling -O on gcc platforms
Date: Sun, 17 Dec 2006 21:35:45 +0100
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On Sun, Dec 17, 2006 at 06:26:41PM +0000, Christoph Rupp wrote:
> This weekend, i migrated my project
> ( from scons to autotools. It
> was quite easy.
> However, i have one problem, and after searching the web and the
> autoconf mailing list, i did found some results, but it was not exactly
> what i needed. The problem is that if my library is compiled with gcc <
> 4.1.1, then EVERY optimization flag (even -O0) breaks the library. I
> therefore have to completely get rid of optimization if an older gcc is
> used.

Well, your problem seems not to be the autoconf stuff but the reason why
the optimization breaks the library. Is your current work-in-progress
version available somewhere?

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