Bug#268450: Processed: reassign
reassign 268450 kmd
At Mon, 06 Sep 2004 11:19:42 +0200,
Jose M. Moya <email@example.com> wrote:
> gcc -Wall -g -O2 -o kmd_emulmips emulmips.o timeout.o emulcore.o -lbfd -liberty
> kmd_emulmips compiles giving not a single warning
> and ldd fails on it
> it may be that ld.so fails on a legal executable or maybe that gcc
> generates bad code. None of them are kmd's fault.
> So please, if you can verify that the resulting kmd_emulmips is wrong,
> reassign the bug to gcc. If you give me access to a Debian/sparc
> machine I can verify it for you.
You can use debian.org machines if you're debian developer. See:
> I have built kmd_emulmips on a Solaris/sparc machine and it works fine.
It uses libbfd and tweaks the binary's code because it does code
emulation. So I think the failure is derived from your program's bug.
So I reassigned it back. Don't reassign back until you provide us the
solid evidence about glibc problem.