-S -c foo.c breaks (was Re: [distcc] distcc 0.9 released)

Alexandre Oliva oliva at lsd.ic.unicamp.br
Wed Sep 4 19:43:02 GMT 2002

On Sep  4, 2002, Martin Pool <mbp at samba.org> wrote:

> I can see how the gcc 3.1 manual does explain this behaviour (-S =
> stop after compilation), but it's a bit subtle.  Do you know if that
> behaviour is the same in other compilers?

It's always been like that in GCC, for as long as I remember.  I
suppose other compilers may just barf if given both -S and -c.  I
don't know of any one that takes -c -S as -c.

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