Windows FFI patch
ndmitchell at gmail.com
Wed Apr 26 14:42:58 EDT 2006
> > Does this harm gcc?
> I'm afraid it does: the arguments are usually C files and -l options
> for libraries, and the libraries are scanned in the order they appear.
> Put them too early, and it fails to find a symbol defined in a later
> file. Perhaps we should make it vary.
What if we move the -o option before the filename? Then there won't
usually be a warning, which is better.
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