Re: RFS: stripclub - Online Comic Reader/Archiver
On Fri, Apr 09, 2004 at 03:15:20PM -0500, elijah wright wrote:
> > For the C programming language, this means the following
> > compilation parameters should be used:
> > CC = gcc
> > CFLAGS = -O2 -g -Wall
> > though -O3 is probably OK in most cases. You should keep the
> > optimizations options as conservative as possible, unless you really
> in my experience compiling stuff with -O3 just means that people on other
> architectures (where GCC may do odd things) will eventually probably file
> bugs on your package that can be fixed by moving back to -O2.
> I've seen this happen on alpha repeatedly, and i seem to recall that sparc
> and powerpc occasionally have this issue as well.
I know how tricky these issues are, but it sounds like the bugs should
more appropriately be filed against gcc on archs. where -O3 breaks.
Unless it's squirrelly and it's really not broken on those
architectures, but the *app* is somehow doing something wrong.