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Linux g++: how to prevent ALL functions being inlined

Hallo Group Members
I am using g++ version 4.3.0.
Previously I used "-finline-limit=0" for that, but now it no longer works.

best regards,
Michal
Nov 20 '08 #1
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On Nov 20, 7:16*pm, Michal <rabbi...@tenbit.plwrote:
Hallo Group Members
I am using g++ version 4.3.0.
Previously I used "-finline-limit=0" for that, but now it no longer works.
It is not the right place to ask questions about gcc/g++

Use -fno-inlide or -fno-default-inline
Nov 20 '08 #2
maverik <ma**********@gmail.comwrites:
It is not the right place to ask questions about gcc/g++
where is it then?

Use -fno-inlide or -fno-default-inline
thanks for the answer
Nov 20 '08 #3
On Nov 20, 4:52*pm, Michal <rabbi...@tenbit.plwrote:
maverik <maverik.m...@gmail.comwrites:
It is not the right place to ask questions about gcc/g++

where is it then?
gnu.g++.help

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Max
Nov 20 '08 #4

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