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Re: [Chicken-users] csc-CVS (i686-pc-linux-gnu): -compress-literals mak

From: felix
Subject: Re: [Chicken-users] csc-CVS (i686-pc-linux-gnu): -compress-literals makes compiled program crash
Date: Fri, 31 Jan 2003 22:28:32 +0100
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Sven Hartrumpf wrote:
Hi all.

I am trying to use the new compiler option -compress-literals (for example
with value 50), but the resulting program crashes:

Could the size of a string be a problem for ##sys#read-form-string?

Any other ideas?

I just fixed a bug that is likely to be the source of this problem:
the generated string constant was not created via `write', put effectively
by using `display' (stupid). Try the new CVS version.

Do you have large literal objects in your code? Note that program-startup
will be longer. On the other hand, if you do (have large literal data structures
embedded in your code), the C compile-times can be reduced dramatically.
But beware: this feature is a hack!


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