igloo at earth.li
Wed Oct 4 09:51:13 EDT 2006
On Tue, Oct 03, 2006 at 04:59:58PM -0400, Ravi Nanavati wrote:
> If I understand the way things work, GHC decides whether or not to emit
> the -fno-unit-at-a-time flag in -fvia-C compilation based on whether or
> not the gcc used when compiling GHC supported the flag or not. I'm
> running into trouble using precompiled GHC snapshots (that were compiled
> on machines whose gcc supports -fno-unit-at-a-time) on a machine whose
> gcc doesn't support it (a gcc 3.2 version, I believe).
> Is there any way force GHC to not emit the flag (short of recompiling
> from source)?
Not really. You could use a small gcc wrapper to remove it (you can
point to it with -pgmc if you don't want to contaminate your path with
You could probably also change the 'f' to a 'D' with a hex editor, but
I'm not sure why anyone would prefer that solution.
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