Darren Tucker wrote:
> Rick Jones wrote:
> [...]
>> Just general conservativeness would seem to suggest that until a
>> broader number of platforms can be covered, it might not be time to
>> become the default.

> I should have said "enabled by default if the compiler supports it". If
> the compiler doesn't, configure continues to behave as before.

I inferred that. I'm just thinking that if there isn't certainty of it
being sufficiently neutral on a broad swath of platforms, even if the
compiler supports it it might be best to leave things be for the moment.

rick jones
ever the paranoid luddite

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