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undefined reference to `CefURLRequest::Create(CefRefPtr, CefRefPtr)'
It turns out forcing the LD linker to reanalyze my libraries was the solution. The CEF application already had an elaborate scheme of makefiles that used the --start-group and --end-group indicators to do this, but the library I previously added was not included with them. I added it and linked my application without any more problems!

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Lexical Analysis in GCC for C language
The parser is reading a stream of tokens from the preprocessor, in directory libcpp/ Read the documentation and slides available on the GCC resource center (IIT Bombay, India) If you wish to extend GCC, consider using MELT BTW, use a more recent version of GCC, e.g. 4.9

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"Hacking The Art of Exploitation" - Assembly Inconsistencies
for some reason the assembly codes simply does not match the one on my actual linux The most likely reason is that the book was published in 2008, and used then-stable GCC (you can see GCC release history here). GCC that you are using now is likely much newer, and so generates significantly different (and one hopes better) code. Is there any args that I can pass to gcc that lets me compi

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gcc auto-vectorisation (unhandled data-ref)
GCC cannot vectorise the first version of your loop because it cannot prove that pfTab[iIndex] is not contained somewhere within the memory spanned by pfResult[0] ... pfResult[iSize-1] (pointer aliasing). Indeed, if pfTab[iIndex] is somewhere within that memory, then its value must be overwritten by the assignment in the loop body and the new value must be used in the iterations to follow. You sho

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Changing the GCC Code. How to test the addition of newly added features?
You make changes (which are made "permanent" by saving the files you modify), compile the code, and run the test suite. You typically write additional tests or remove those that are invalidated by your changes and that's it. If your changes don't contribute anything "positive" to the compiler upstream will probably never accept them, and the only "permanence" you can get is the modifications in

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-l:libsomething.so.1.1.1 not linking exact library
As @keltar points out specifying the library name directly doesn't make any difference to the final name added to NEEDED. That is always read from the SONAME. I was confused because it worked for boost but the SONAME for the boost libraries is the fully qualified library name (which is non-standard)

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