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- From: Denis Onischenko <denis dot onischenko at gmail dot com>
- To: gcc-help at gcc dot gnu dot org
- Date: Sun, 18 Oct 2009 19:18:54 +0300
- Subject: --enable-checking
In the description of --enable-checking option the following is written:
>> Disabling assertions will make the compiler and runtime slightly faster but increase the risk of undetected internal errors causing wrong code to be generated.
What means "runtime" there ?
I want to include all checks, except those that slow down runtime
libraries and programs.
What checks (`assert', `df', `fold', `gc', `gcac' `misc', `rtl',
`rtlflag', `runtime', `tree', and `valgrind') only affect the
compiler, and which the runtime libraries used by programs ?