That is correct. I hadn't been planning on backporting the patch,
but if it turns out that this recently reported 2.1.7 slip.c bug
is the same...
It is occasionally unfortunate that some of the the kernel's macros
are written such that disabling optimization isn't an option.
> BTW: I really do prefer a compiler that crashes on certain input
> patterns over one that emits bogus code for certain input patterns...
As do I.
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