how can I put c++ global destructor in a specific section

Jonathan Wakely jwakely.gcc@gmail.com
Fri Jul 24 08:33:00 GMT 2015


On 24 July 2015 at 01:12,  <papa@arbolone.ca> wrote:
> First and foremost, let me quote your offensive statement in another email
> you sent me, along with my replay:
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>
> YOUR INSULTING EMAIL:
> -----Original Message----- From: Jonathan Wakely
> Sent: Thursday, July 23, 2015 7:20 PM
> To: papa@arbolone.ca
> Subject: PLEASE READ: HOW TO UNSUBSCRIBE
>
> Will you please stop sending these messages to the list and just
> *@#!ing unsubscribe yourself already?
>
> MY REPLY:
> Nice language buddy.
> If you don't unsubscribe me, I will continue sending the same message.
> Kneel Jonathan and obey me.
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>
> You need to apologise for your insulting email before going any further.
> I am not your friend, nor am I someone you will find in a dark alley and
> beat up without consequences. I deserve the respect  I show for everybody,
> even you. I demand an apology, Jonathan.
> You will kneel Jonathan, you will, that is the price the arrogant pays.
>
>
>
> I can't do it, but you can, so if you really want to unsubscribe you
> are the one who has the power.
>
>
> Read https://gcc.gnu.org/lists.html#subscribe and try to focus on the
> words, they're not very complicated.
>
> Jonathan, Jonathan, I have a PhD in physics and a Masters in Computer
> Science. Are you insinuating that might get entangled in technical
> terminology? Truly, you are laudable.
>
> Awaiting your apology, Papa.

You haven't seen me being offensive, and there's no way you're getting
an apology from me for trying to help you unsubscribe.

I've repeatedly sent you the instructions on how to do it, figure it
out or shut up, because now you just look like you're intentionally
refusing to do it so you can complain and be annoying.



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