Re: How can Autoconf help with the transition to stricter compilation defaults?

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On 2022-11-11 07:11, Aaron Ballman wrote:
Clang doesn't require such a linker (we work with various system linkers).

As long as the system linkers continue to work as they have traditionally worked, we're fine.

the frontend perspective, we can't tell the difference between
"trust me this is safe because it never gets executed" and "this is a

If some system linker ever attempts to reject links with mismatched signatures, Autoconf-generated code will need to have a way to shut that off. I hope Clang maintainers can be cajoled into supporting that, if the time comes. Perhaps there can be a #pragma, or a compile-time option, to do that.

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