> ... i need to compile using optimisation. however,
> i'm not too sure where i should put the -02 in my gcc command line. can
> someone pls give me an example? thx.
It can go just about anywhere, really. IIRC, the last -O on the command line
is the one that gcc honours. I generally tend to put optimisations at or near
the front of the command line like:
gcc -O2 -everything-else -o foo foo.c
but that's just my personal preference.
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