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SubjectRE: [patch 2.6.19-rc6] Stop gcc 4.1.0 optimizing wait_hpet_tick away

> > It comes down to just what those guarantees GCC provides actually are.

> This is the first correct statement in your email. In any case the
> documented GCC guarantees have always been much stronger than you
> have been trying to persuade us they should be. I would argue that
> the C standard somewhat indirectly specifies those guarantees but I
> really don't have the heart for any more language-lawyering so I'm
> going to leave it at that.

I have tried to find any documentation of the guarantees gcc actually
provides and have been unable to do so. Where are these "documented GCC
guarantees" documented?


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