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Re: Fw: Re: Java interpreter on ARM GNU/Linux

Riku Voipio writes:
 > On Thu, Jul 12, 2007 at 11:03:22PM -0400, Daniel Jacobowitz wrote:
 > > On Thu, Jul 12, 2007 at 11:53:19PM +0100, Wookey wrote:
 > > > I can work around some of the failures, but I can't really be
 > > > bothered: the real fix for this is EABI.
 > > Unfortunately, the EABI won't fix this either.  In its native form it
 > > supported neither forced unwinding nor _Unwind_Backtrace; we added
 > > forced unwinding for the benefit of NPTL (though we're still talking
 > > to ARM intermittently about its semantics).  But no one's tried to
 > > make _Unwind_Backtrace work yet, and it's not clear how to.  To me
 > > anyway.  I've thought about recognizing the standard and/or GNU
 > > personality routines in libgcc...
 > Due to the amount of core libraries and tools building java bindings,
 > this is pretty much the top technical roadblock[1] on current debian
 > arm eabi port.

Interesting.  My usual reponse to this is "get me hardware running the
OS and I'l have a look."


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