Hello,

In message "Mswin32 build flags"
    on Aug.16,2002 15:52:41, <chr_news / gmx.net> wrote:
| Unfortunately these builds also miserably fail the basic 
| ``nmake test'', however by only turning off the /Og 
| flag turning the compilation of the file ``sprint.c'' 
| one seems to get an executable which seem to enjoy
| the speed gain of a full /Og optimization which 
| passes the basic  "nmake test" (true at least for 
| VC 7) - so I am wondering if there are known issues
| against such a compilation strategy?

Because there are more problems with /Og flag
(GC, Regexp, etc).
So, I cannot say that /Og is reliable.


Regards,
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U.Nakamura <usa / osb.att.ne.jp>