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Re: lout-teq-Bug?

From: Oliver Bandel
Subject: Re: lout-teq-Bug?
Date: Thu, 6 Dec 2001 19:10:40 +0100 (MET)

On 6 Dec 2001, Wolfram Kahl wrote:

> The last time I had it it was a mathematics-free document,
> and for some reason it occured to me to replace my standard teq by eq,
> and the error went away. (And I was happy about that and had no time
> to investigate.)
> (I have also seen compiler optimisation produce disastrous results
> on previous versions of lout, so I was quite surprised to see -O3
> as default in the current version. However, before the installation of the
> version without -O and with -g -DDEBUG was finished, removing teq
> had produced the desired result, so I did not try the debugging version.)

Don't expect to get correct debuging-informations, when
debugging a program, that was compiled using optimization.
To get correct results in the debugging-phase, you better
switch back to non-optimized compilation.
Optimized code normally 


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