What is gcc -s option?
tushar at linuxfromscratch.org
Wed Jan 8 21:40:33 PST 2003
Albert Wagner wrote:
>On Thursday 09 January 2003 5:06 am, Tushar Teredesai wrote:
>>Allen Parker wrote:
>>>It tells gcc to compile statically
>>Nope. Check out
>>%20Options>. -s is used to strip the resulting executables.
>My host is LFS 3.3 and I'm compiling with 2.95.3. There is no word
>"strip" in the man file, nor any option -s. Yet, the LFS 4.0 book
>uses this option to compile the static packages.
Here is the link for gcc-2.95.3
The book also mentions why CC is set to "gcc -s". Check out
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