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Re: ddd

On Fri 03 Dec 1999, Christopher C Chimelis wrote:
> On 3 Dec 1999, Falk Hueffner wrote:
> > Yes, I think it goes away with less optimization. But using a newer
> > compiler seems better to me, less hassle to find out where the flags
> > are set (setting CXXFLAGS does not work...)
> Either way.  I'm used to hunting for -O2's, so it's no big deal.  Either
> way, I end up compiling it :-P

I recently ended up writing a gcc wrapper script that matched the *.c
file that was being compiled, and then selectively changed -O2 to -O :-)
Put that in a directory at the beginning of $PATH, and make sure it
execs the *real* gcc (I learned the hard way :-).

Paul Slootman
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