Subject: GCC -O6
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Adam Ciarcinski <email@example.com>
Date: 09/08/1999 12:32:44
I tried to compile NetBSD-current distriburion with -O6 (maximum optimization)
flag. Amiga-port compiles fine, but i386-port have problem (at least this
one) with objects from lib/csu/i386_elf. I made the following changes to
'static void' changed to 'void'
(to avoid deleting this by the compiler)
Is that okay?
Should I send this as a bug report via send-pr?
Is there any danger with using -O6 or optimizations greater than -O2?