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Bug#97030: marked as done ([fixed in gcc-3.0] wrong code generation)

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Package: gcc
Version: 1:2.95.3-7
Severity: important

Maybe I've been working too hard, but this gcc seems to get this wrong
with -O2:

void gunc(unsigned a, unsigned b)

unsigned func(unsigned a, unsigned b)
  long long x = 0;

  gunc(a, b);
  return (x + 1) * a * b;

int main()
  unsigned a, b;

  a = 1;
  b = 1;
  return func(a, b);

-- System Information
Debian Release: testing/unstable
Kernel Version: Linux dueto.rano1.org 2.2.19 #4 SMP Mon Apr 16 12:55:15 BST 2001 i686 unknown

Versions of the packages gcc depends on:
ii  cpp            2.95.3-7       The GNU C preprocessor.
ii  cpp-2.95       2.95.4-0.01042 The GNU C preprocessor.
ii  gcc-2.95       2.95.4-0.01042 The GNU C compiler.

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Subject: fixed bugs in gcc-3.0 (3.0.ds6-0pre010526)
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gcc-3.0 (3.0.ds6-0pre010526) unstable; urgency=high

  * Urgency "high" for replacing the gcc-3.0 snapshots in testing, which
    now are incompatile due to the changed ABIs.
  * Upstream begins tagging with "gcc-3_0_pre_2001mmdd".
  * Tighten dependencies to install only binary packages derived from
    one source (#98851). Tighten libc6-dev dependency to match libc6.

gcc-3.0 (3.0.ds6-0pre010525) unstable; urgency=low

  * ATTENTION: The ABI (exception handling) changed. No upgrade path from
    earlier snapshots (you had been warned in the postinst ...)
    Closing #93597, #94576, #96448, #96461.
    You have to rebuild 
  * HELP is appreciated for scanning the Debian BTS and sending followups
    to bug reports!!!
  * Should we name debian gcc uploads? What about a "still seeking
    g++ maintainer" upload?
  * Fixed in gcc-3.0: #97030
  * Update patches for recent (010525) CVS sources.
  * Make check depend on build target (fakeroot problmes).
  * debian/rules.d/binary-libgcc.mk: new file, build first.
  * Free memory detection on the hurd for running the testsuite.
  * Update debhelper build dependency.
  * libstdc++-doc: Include doxygen generated docs.
  * Fix boring packaging bugs, too tired for appropriate changelogs ...
    #93343, #96348, #96262, #97134, #97905, #96451, #95812, #93157
  * Fixed bugs: #87000. 

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