Wondering if anyone might be able to explain what the -l option of
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I just did something really dumb.
I was getting to the end of a marathon debugging session, like seriously 8
or 9 hours. I kept editing, recompiling, running; editing recompiling
running... I must have been getting tired, because I typed this:
gcc hugeprogram.c -o hugeprogram.c
Jeez - shouldn't a compiler warn you if you try to write over your source
Anyway, just to make sure, there's no magic trick for recovering source
code from gcc-compiled code, is there?
I was doing all my work in a unix window, and found scraps of the program
in the scroll-back buffer, but can't think of anything else to try.
I never use emoticons, but right now I am really bummed :-(