jhickey at impact1.hpcc.nectec.or.th
Wed Jul 26 09:08:36 EDT 2000
Regarding the use of -fwritable-strings, the gcc man page has the following:
Store string constants in the writable data segment
and don't uniquize them. This is for compatibility
with old programs which assume they can write into
string constants. `-traditional' also has this ef<AD>
Writing into string constants is a very bad idea;
"constants" should be constant.
So why do we want to use this feature if it is bad and obsolete?
Jazzman (a.k.a. Justin Hickey) e-mail: jhickey at hpcc.nectec.or.th
High Performance Computing Center
National Electronics and Computer Technology Center (NECTEC)
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