Steffen Nurpmeso wrote in <20190311160330.GfYQR%steffen_at_sdaoden.eu>:
|Leonardo Arena wrote in <CAGG_d8CK5FJP8mBX-Lhv9G6NCNX31Z5CaZO6y5RuDQ=qdW\
||On Fri, Mar 8, 2019 at 5:35 PM Steffen Nurpmeso <steffen_at_sdaoden.eu[/\
||build fails for me with:
|I have never seen these errors:
||main.c:(.text.startup+0xbb): undefined reference to `su_state_set'
I see now, -Os; yes, we now require inline functions.
This is what happens with automatic heuristics; i for one write
INLINE when i want to have a function inlined, otherwise i do not.
I do not want to reorganize sources and move statics to after
their use cases in order to avoid crappy heuristics taking place
and inline functions by themselves. And even that will no longer
work with link time optimizations and whatever they are now doing.
But isn't that a compiler bug, i can use EXTRA_CFLAGS=-O3 which
sets -finline-functions according to  and works just fine?
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Received on Mon Mar 11 2019 - 17:38:00 UTC