Subject: sun-lamp CVS commits, -O3 on libkern
To: None <>
From: Rob Healey <>
List: current-users
Date: 09/16/1994 08:57:00
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> deraadt
> Thu Sep 15 18:27:59 PDT 1994
> Update of /b/source/CVS/src/sys/lib/libkern
> In directory
> Modified Files:
> 	Makefile 
> Log Message:
> compile -O3
	I'm I safe in assuming this particular change was fully tested on
	ALL architectures before going in? I ask because I know the gcc 2.5
	has a nasty talent to wack up m68k code generation at higher levels
	of optimization. Since m68k got royally burned in the ptrace()
	stuff it would be nice to verify changes on this order on all
	major architectures, sparc, m68k, mips and x86.