GCC 2.95.1 -pipe doesn't work on DU4.0

Jeffrey A Law law@cygnus.com
Thu Sep 30 19:57:00 GMT 1999

  In message < oru2pbdyw5.fsf@cupuacu.lsd.dcc.unicamp.br >you write:
  > DU4.0's assembler won't read from stdin, so -pipe doesn't work with
  > it.  Shouldn't -pipe be ignored in this case?  Is there any way to
  > arrange, in some compiler configuration file, that -pipe is ignored,
  > or at least to indicate that the assembler can't read from a pipe, so
  > that the driver uses temporary file in this case?  I couldn't find any
  > such thing in the docs nor in the code. :-(
Not that I'm aware of.  I believe it has always been expected that if the
system assembler doesn't accept input on stdin that -pipe doesn't work.


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