[aspectc-user] Re: Improved support for C++ exceptions?
os at aspectc.org
Mon Nov 21 19:52:01 CET 2011
I'm not even sure whether they are used for the compilation of our
Debian packages. Puma and AspectC++ will probably work without these
options. Simply remove them from Puma/vars.mk before compilation and
give it a try. For me it's just a matter of performance and code size.
My main business is in the area of embedded system software and here my
experience was that these two options make a significant difference. It
is possible that this assumption does not hold for a 100000 loc project
such as Puma.
Am 21.11.2011 19:27, schrieb Markus Elfring:
>> So, I would prefer if -fno-exceptions and -fno-rtti remain at least
>> an option.
> I find these compiler settings fine as configuration options. Is it
> possible to work with Puma and AspectC++ without their limitations?
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