Excerpts from Joachim Breitner's message of Seg Mar 08 19:12:07 -0300 2010:
> Am Montag, den 08.03.2010, 22:56 +0100 schrieb Marc 'HE' Brockschmidt:
> > Is there an option to get ghc6 to leave out optimizations that eat
> > up a lot of memory?
> Note that leaving out optimizations could make the resulting binary
> close to unusable (in the worst case), so I’m not sure if we make our
> users a service by providing lower qualities packages just to look good
> on the arch coverage graph. Before we do that, I’d be in favor for
> dropping the support for these arches.
It's better to provide a low-quality package in an arch than to provide no
package at all. We can disable optimization only in the arches that would be
dropped if they were not disabled. We are not sure that the packages are going
to be so worse that they're almost unusable.