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SubjectRe: Difficulties for compilation without extra optimisation
> Why would you compile the kernel without optimization?

Can another reason be occasionally still relevant?

Will the compilation be a bit quicker when extra data processing
could be omitted?

> There's many places in the kernel that WILL NOT BUILD without optimization.

Would you like to keep the software situation in this way?

> In fact, we do a lot of tricks to make sure that things work the way
> we expect it to, because we add broken code that only gets compiled out
> when gcc optimizes the code the way we expect it to be,
> and the kernel build will break otherwise.

* Can this goal be also achieved without the addition of “broken code”?

* How do you think about to improve the error handling there?


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