[TUHS] tool (that wnj wrote?) that reduced the data segment size?
Erik E. Fair
fair-tuhs at netbsd.org
Mon Nov 30 12:45:29 AEST 2015
The xstr(1) program is still maintained in the NetBSD distribution.
It's not a part of the C compiler - it's much more akin to a C
See also mkstr(1):
As ham-handed as these tools are, they can be used for input to
manual programmer string storage reduction.
Erik <fair at netbsd.org>
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