The GNU C compiler
This is the GNU C compiler, a fairly portable optimizing compiler for C.
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Reporting Bugs in the Debian/GNU GNU Compiler Setup
Before reporting a bug, please
- Check that the behaviour really is a bug. Have a look into some
ANSI standards document.
- Check the list of well known bugs: http://gcc.gnu.org/bugs.html#known
- Try to reproduce the bug with a current GCC development snapsho
Stack smashing protection is a feature of GCC that enables a program to
detect buffer overflows and immediately terminate execution, rather than
continuing execution with corrupt internal data structures. It uses
"canaries" and local variable reordering to reduce the likelihood of
stack corruption through buffer overflows.
Options that affect stack smashing protection:
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