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Re: [Tinycc-devel] strange error

From: Michael Huss
Subject: Re: [Tinycc-devel] strange error
Date: Fri, 06 Jul 2007 11:21:36 -0400

Here is my crtn.o.

I heard tcc builds executables that are not as well optimized as gcc's.
Is this true? As long as tcc won't reduce my execution speed too much I
will still use it, I am just curious.

On Sun, 2007-07-01 at 22:02 -0400, David A. Wheeler wrote:
> Michael Huss:
> > I am using Gentoo Linux, with the latest version of portage and the
> > portage tree, and I just installed tcc today. I have used it before in
> > binary-based distros, but never here. I am getting a strange error now,
> > no matter what I try to compile:
> > address@hidden ~ $ tcc hello-world.c   
> > /usr/lib/crtn.o: Invalid relocation entry
> Can you attach and post /usr/lib/crtn.o?  (Or, if this mailing list can't 
> handle it, post the file somewhere and post the URL?).  I don't have Gentoo; 
> my first guess is that /usr/lib/crtn.o includes some directive that tcc can't 
> handle.
> > I was hoping I could use tcc as my C compiler for portage, so it woud
> > emerge many times faster, but first I have to know that it is actually
> > working. I can mess with my CC variable and break stuff later.;-D
> Cool!
> --- David A. Wheeler
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