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New option in GCC 5.3: -fno-semantic-interposition

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Avatarcraig asked 3 months ago

GCC 5.3 has added a new option: -fno-semantic-interposition

A new -fno-semantic-interposition option can be used to improve code
quality of shared libraries where interposition of exported symbols is
not allowed.

This sounds like this is something useful for C++ projects where interposition can’t be used for whatever reason, but where latency is a concern.

However, the description is fairly vague. Is anyone able to clarify how this option works exactly?

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AvatarJyoti answered 3 months ago
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