Subject: Re: proposal: libcc1 -> static
To: Todd Vierling <email@example.com>
From: David Brownlee <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 01/05/1999 23:15:47
On Tue, 5 Jan 1999, Todd Vierling wrote:
> : > Demand paged VM == for the same language, you get this benefit anyway.
> : > Remember that binaries' text pages are shared, even between different
> : > invocations, as well as unmodified data pages. A shared object actually
> : > slows down each invocation because of all the reloc fixups. Christoph
> : > drilled this reminder into me. :>
> : >
> : Uh, I do not believe that applies here (Unless different passes of
> : the compiler are implemented using the same binary :)
> They are. cc1 is used for all C compiling; cc1plus for C++; cc1obj for
> Objective-C. No one language uses more than one of them.
Aha - I _was_ off in the middle of nowhere waving a dead torch -
thanks for showing the way back to a path :)
On the offchance my opinion matters I'm back behind the static
"You think you're God's gift to the opposite sex"
"Maybe... if you believe in a malevolent God."