about "optimize" files
pierre.labastie at neuf.fr
Wed Nov 13 02:30:59 PST 2013
I'd like to change the default optimizations we ship with jhalfs.
First, the opt_override file
is not needed anymore with recent (less than 4 year old at least)
versions of zlib.
I do not even know if setting -fPIC by hand does not defeat some
Also, the line:
is IMHO not needed: if somebody wants to use optimization, I would guess
that glibc is a good start...
Usually, modern versions of glibc accept very well optimization. If at
some time, optimization becomes broken, I think it is up to the user to
figure that out and to add the line in opt_override!
for gcc, noOpt is needed, and for grub, I do not know, but it does not
Now, the opt_config file. I'd like to ship it with
(quadricore CPUs are very common these days)
This is the most likely way people would want to use the file: job
parallelization, but otherwise no deviation from the book.
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