llvm-ld -On ?

It appears that in LLVM 2.4, llvm-ld no longer accepts -On options to
control optimisation.

1. This isn't mentioned in the 2.4 release notes.

2. The man page (http://llvm.org/cmds/llvm-ld.html) still mentions -On
in a couple of places.

I only noticed this because we have a "gcc"-like driver program which
was passing through any -O options to the linker (even though the
linker was probably ignoring them).

Thanks,
Jay.

It appears that in LLVM 2.4, llvm-ld no longer accepts -On options to
control optimisation.

LLVM 2.3 and previously accepted and ignored them, llvm-ld now rejects them. A lot of the llvm-ld man page were theoretical features that were never implemented unfortunately.

1. This isn't mentioned in the 2.4 release notes.

Sorry.

2. The man page (http://llvm.org/cmds/llvm-ld.html) still mentions -On
in a couple of places.

Fixed.

-Chris

It appears that in LLVM 2.4, llvm-ld no longer accepts -On options to
control optimisation.

LLVM 2.3 and previously accepted and ignored them, llvm-ld now rejects
them. A lot of the llvm-ld man page were theoretical features that
were never implemented unfortunately.

Fair enough.

2. The man page (http://llvm.org/cmds/llvm-ld.html) still mentions -On
in a couple of places.

Fixed.

Thanks!

Jay.