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> On Sat, 26 Oct 1996, Olaf Kirch wrote:
>

[snip...]

> I think there is some option that makes the compiler write out in bigger
> blocks, it's either a gcc option, or a rebuild the libc, and define this I

Wasn't it a gcc build time option (ie when you compile gcc), I'm
pretty sure but don't quote me on it...

> can't rember which, but it was discussed on this list some time ago, so
> perhaps you should look in an archive for it (Looking at ld's man page,
> and info pages it's either quite obscure, or not part of ld ...).
>
> > Olaf
> > --
> > Olaf Kirch | Sometimes I lie in bed at night, and I ask myself: ``Why?''
> > okir@monad.swb.de | Then a voice comes to me and says: ``Why, what?''
> > -- Charlie Brown
> >
> Bryn
> --
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> again :( and I don't care ;) | initiated.
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