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Re: -g by default?


On Thu, 6 Jul 2000, George T. Talbot wrote:
> Currently, the makefiles build libstdc++-v3 without debugging information. 
> This makes debugging rather difficult, especially when trying to backtrace
> through an exception.
> 
> I know that "--enable-debug" adds debugging information, but this option also
> turns off optimization.
> 
> For the purposes of people writing programs, could the makefiles always
> generate debugging information, even without --enable-debug?

it'd be the best if BOTH a debug and an optimized version be generated
like the glibc, wouldn't it ?

 -- Levente
 "The only thing worse than not knowing the truth is
  ruining the bliss of ignorance."


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