[PATCH] static buffer overflow checking

Marcus Meissner meissner at suse.de
Wed Sep 10 16:06:10 CDT 2008

On Wed, Sep 10, 2008 at 10:50:42PM +0200, Michael Karcher wrote:
> Am Mittwoch, den 10.09.2008, 22:38 +0200 schrieb Marcus Meissner:
> > I just tested some code with -O0 and the functioncall still gets
> > optimized away. This is with gcc 4.1 and gcc 4.3. gcc 2.95 does not.
> If it's just a performance pessimisation with -O0, I don't care. If I
> get compiler or linker errors, it would be bad. I don't care about gcc
> 2.95 at all, so if it breaks this ancient version, so be it.
> > But frankly, I can debug similar easily with -O2. Its not that confusing.
> How do you set a breakpoint into a function that has been inlined? Bonus
> points: That has been inlined at three different places.

Difficult. ;)

Ciao, Marcus

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