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OS X hang due to compiler (non)optimizations?

From: Justin Erenkrantz <jerenkrantz_at_apache.org>
Date: 2002-07-29 02:10:24 CEST

Here's a thought - I haven't encountered the SVN bug that causes
the process to be wedged in rename() since I had a clean rebuild.
The only difference is that I didn't specify a CFLAGS variant of
"-g -Wall" - the default is "-g -O2". So, it's quite possible
that introducing -O2 is covering up this bug.

If it is compiler-related, I've seen reports that Apple is ignoring
bug reports on gcc since they are getting ready to release a
gcc3-based compiler.

So, I'm going to try to rebuild without -O2 and see what happens.
But, as a quick heads-up (perhaps to save me some time), has anyone
compiled svn without -O2 on Darwin? If so, do you not see this
problem? -- justin

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