[project @ 2000-06-13 15:35:29 by simonmar]
Push directives over literal chunks when attempting to move them to the following chunk on x86. Occasionally gcc generates a .glob directive some distance before the symbol it refers to, and we were ending up with a whole load of .glob directives attached to strings, and duplicated in each .o file when splitting. This change reduces the size of my libHSstd_p.a from 43M (!!!) to 9M. I think this problem must have appeared with gcc 2.95.2, but it's a little strange that I didn't notice it until now.