wtf is this? Commit fe845cf is huge, and looks like it's messing with a lot. You may know what you're doing, but onlookers will observe your behavior and think, "Oh, it's OK if I push a huge, opinionated changeset to mob without discussion." I don't think this is the kind of culture you want to encourage around tcc development. In particular, you should have split these changes across multiple commits and put a little more explanation into what you're doing in the commit
messages. You also should avoid removal of command-line options without
Just as a point of context, I am now maintaining the exsymtab work as a
fork of the current mob, so any changes that are made have to be merged.
In other words, I'm a downstream consumer of tcc. This morning I got a merge conflict with these define print functions that you removed. I sure am glad you happened to mention this work off-hand, or I would have had no idea why I had a conflict.
More conversation is better in this context.