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On Friday, July 02, 2010 16:39:57 Ryan Hill wrote:
> On Fri, 2 Jul 2010 15:29:44 +0200 (CEST) Vaeth wrote:
> > Ryan Hill wrote:
> > > If your build system sets -ffast-math or -fstrict-aliasing
> > > then the user can disable this by setting -fno-fast-math
> > > or -fno-strict-aliasing in their CFLAGS.
> > Just because some flags have "counter"-flags by accident,
> > this does not hold for all flags. It is more reasonable to have
> > other means that the flags are not modified in the first place.
> I can't think of any flags that don't have a corresponding counter flag,
> other than -m flags. At least, all -f and -W flags have opposite -fno and
> -Wno versions, even if they're not explicitly documented.
and this isnt "by accident", this is in the fundamental design of gcc argument
processing. the only -f/-W flags that lack this are rare exceptions.
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