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SubjectRe: [PATCH 0/4] Compile kernel with -fwhole-program --combine

>> That's what I meant. Assume I explicitly built read.o foo.o and bar.o.
>> If I then run the regular make, it will rerun gcc for read.c foo.c and
>> bar.c rather than using the already-created .o files for linking.
>
>You built something manually that wasn't needed, and then it wasn't
>used. Is there a problem here?

Although I cannot give you any logical reasons, there are possibly reasons
why building some things manually might help. Oh well, I think in that case
I just pass a make option CONFIG_NOCOMBINE, as you said.


Jan Engelhardt
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