Mike Smith <email@example.com> writes:
> > > I usually keep -O to just '-O' - I had been upping it recently, but then it
> > > started breaking even some of my simple programs, so leasson learn't, it's
> > > staying at just '-O' from now on in... (safety first? :-)
> > -O2 works fine too. -O3 does not. We'll probably see the newer version
> > of compiler before this is fixed.
> No, -O2 does not work fine; we've seen reports of it breaking things
Maybe that's an explantation for the strange things I have seen with
gnome a while ago ? I frequently got floating point exceptions in libgtk,
(especially when running the pager applet), but I wasn't able to find
anything. Recompiling everthing with pgcc did solve this for me.
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