When I do a build of the backends under Linux, I have to leave the UMAX
backend out because for some weird reason, it starts to eat a very large
chunk of memory. So large, it even ran me out of my fifty megabytes's
worth of swap space. Adding more swap space does NOT help either.
Yet when I compile the backends under FreeBSD, that problem does not
I most recently did this with gcc 22.214.171.124 under Slackware 3.4 on one
machine, and PGCC (based on EGCS 1.0.3) on another Slackware 3.4 system,
The FreeBSD system in question is 2.2.7 RELEASE, under which I do most of
my heavy-duty debugging runs; Linux puts too much useless crap in my
debugging logs, especially the recent work I'd done in locating my
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