On Sat, May 17, 2003 at 05:47:02PM +0100, Chris Davies wrote:
> The current release of gcc doesn't contain threadsafe profiling, and
> indeed may never do. The cfg branch, where this work is being carried out
> reports that merging threadsafe profiling with main is problematic, and the
> code may be dropped.
Concerning safe compilations, does the -fbranch-probabilities break 3rd party
GCC patches, such as propolice and such?
Thanks to DRM, you know that something has been built in environment of
unspecified degree of security, from source you cannot check, written by
programmers you don't know, released after passing QA of unknown quality and
which is released under a license that disclaims any responsibility...