|Space Saving Compilers email@example.com (1990-10-09)|
|Re: Space Saving Compilers firstname.lastname@example.org (1990-10-10)|
|Re: Space Saving Compilers email@example.com (1990-10-10)|
|Organization:||Columbia University Department of Computer Science|
|Date:||Tue, 9 Oct 90 05:20:08 GMT|
I'm trying to reduce the size of a kernel. I'm NOT interested in
performance, rather I want to make it fit in main memory in a smaller
form. Does anyone have any compiler suggestions to make for this.
The optimizing option doesn't really help in reducing the size.
I'm compiling a C AIX kernel on a 386 based machine.
[If you want to make a unix kernel significantly smaller, turn off features
and make tables smaller. Code optimizers don't make that much size
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