> The mystery behind this decision does escape me. I ran 1.0.1 for a long
> time without having to change things like this. Does any of the coders
> have a clue why -O2 would be a problem?
There was a problem with optimization "-O2" about 1 or 2 years ago
on some systems (original slackware?). The problem was that with
enabled optimization "-O2" the compiler produced so much additional
symbols that a maximum number (I think predefined in the compiler/linker)
was exceeded while compiling the umax backend (and may be other backends too).
Optimization level "-O2" should produce correct code.
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