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Re: GCC 4.1 in experimental / GCC for etch

joel.soete@tiscali.be a écrit :
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From      : "Aurelien Jarno" aurelien@aurel32.net
To          : "Aurelien Jarno" aurelien@aurel32.net
CC          : "Joel Soete" joel.soete@tiscali.be,"randolph"
randolph@tausq.org,"doko" doko@cs.tu-berlin.de,"debian-gcc"
debian-hppa@lists.debian.org,"debian-release" debian-release@lists.debian.org
Date      : Wed, 22 Feb 2006 11:48:25 +0100
Subject : Re: GCC 4.1 in experimental / GCC for etch

Aurelien Jarno a écrit :

Joel Soete a écrit :

Hello Aurelien,

Hi !

Did you read it:


This fix for me the pb when glibc was build with gcc-4.[01]

Thanks for the hint. However I have just build a new glibc with this patch, and I still have the same problem.

Oops, I am sorry, it works. I installed by error the new libc into / whereas I was running the testcase in the chroot. So the patch fixes the problem, thanks a lot for the hint.

I will add the patch to the SVN, and switch the compiler to gcc 4.0 on hppa.


Good news ;-)

That said, I also figure out that this patch in fact modify an already
existing debian patch: glibc235-hppa-lt.diff.
May be using a new version of this would be more simple (e.g.
glibc235-hppa-lt-20050626.diff as the date of tausq's patch:

Thanks, I haven't remarked that. I will merge it.

That not yet all folks. More probably if you rebuild glibc with gcc-4 you
would also encounter ome inlining pb which seems fixed to me with following stuff:

What do you mean exactly by inlining problems? It builds fine here.

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