> Instead removes the assumption the code is linked to run at 0. The
> binary code is already PIC, this makes the build process the same way,
> making the build requirements more flexible.
What are the reasons to do this change? The assumption that "linked at 0"
assumptions looks pretty harmless and the "-start"'s everywhere are ugly.
Have a nice fortnight
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