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Objprelink is
no longer useful.

Objprelink is a code transformation tool that optimizes the runtime linking times of C++ shared libraries. Although objprelink was little more than a proof of concept, many people used it to speedup KDE2 back in 2001-2002. This is no longer useful since runtime linkers now contain optimizations similar in nature to those demonstrated by objprelink. Anyway, objprelink only works with ancient versions of the GCC compiler.