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SubjectRe: gcc 2.95.2 is buggy
Peter Samuelson writes:
> [Chris Wedgwood]
> > taking away -O2 is a 'fix' for now... not a very good one though.
>
> Not if you want function inlining to work. The kernel *won't compile*
> without optimization.

Using -O1 still works, at least for the demo program.

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