[Orca-users] Re: Compilation successes, failures and questions

Blair Zajac blair at akamai.com
Sun Mar 19 10:39:13 PST 2000

No, using -O2 is perfect.  I didn't want to list a specific optimization level
since different people have different compilers and one level on one
compiler may not be available on another.

Keep the compiled files as is.


Dan Wentzel wrote:

> From: Dan Wentzel <danw at bas.army.mil>
> Hello all,
>         I've just compiled orca w/ the orcallator.  One problem that I had was that one
> of the sub-modules in the 'make modules' step had a GNUMakefile.  My sysadmin entered
> "make MAKE=gmake modules" and everything compiled fine.  However, I asked him
> about the 'optimization' of the compilation and he said that the -O2 option was more
> highly optimized than -O...  But the Orca documentation specifically states to use
> CFLAGS= -O for a more optimized version....  Should I use this compiled orca, or should
> I recompile with the CFLAGS= -O ??  I'm not good at this compiling stuff....
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