* New option --aspace-minaddr=<address> allows to (possibly) make
use of some more memory by decreasing the default value
or solve some conflicts with system libraries by increasing the value.
See user manual for details.
Note that the lowest accepted possible value is 0x1000, which is
the current value used by Macos in 32bits.
On linux, 0x10000 (64KB) seems to cause not much conflicts.
Default values are unchanged (i.e. are the same as when there
was no clo option).
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