[FFmpeg-devel] Why 'You can only build one library type at once on MinGW'?
Mon May 14 16:22:25 CEST 2007
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Rich Felker wrote:
> for a larger program. But the idea of an object >4gig is pure pedantry
> since it does not exist and will never exist.
This is a dangerous statement to make :) unless you like being ridiculed
in 2094 ;->
>> C89 doesn't say anything about inline asm, can that be used?
> No, never as the only implementation of something. Only as an optional
> optimization for use when compiling on a particular compiler/host
Translation: "Yes. But only if there's a fallback C implementation."
>> C89 doesn't
>> say anything about shared libraries or dynamic linking or memory models,
>> so any optimization relating to those can't be used?
> A good program cannot be dependent on them, no.
Translation: "No. Because I do not like them."
Joking aside, this means that using "optimizations" related to shared
libraries would be okay for you if they are optional?
With friendly regards,
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