Re: List of bugs that *must* be fixed before releasing Hamm
> egcc 17768 libc6 bug in mathematical functions  (Galen Hazelwood <email@example.com>)
Fixing this bug exceeds my capabilities. I have send a message to the
egcs-bugs list asking them to look into the current reports, but have
received no responses.
The bug only occurs with optimisation enabled, so it can be worked around.
egcc is the secondary compiler on the architectures for which hamm will be
released (i386 and m68k AFAIK). Personally, I don't think this bug should
delay the release of hamm as 2.0. Brian, please consider downgrading this to
Severity: normal .
> ftp.debian.org 22390 Please move slink gcc packages to frozen  (Guy Maor <firstname.lastname@example.org>)
This will be obsoleted when 18.104.22.168-4.3 will be accepted into frozen.
> gcc 19453 altgcc still vulnerable to /tmp symlink attack.  (Galen Hazelwood <email@example.com>)
This affects all our gcc-based compilers. I've fixed it for egcc in
1.0.3-0.2 ; a similar fix ought to work for gcc and altgcc too.
I have indications that this will be fixed in egcs 1.1, but the precise
nature of the fix the egcs developers will choose is as yet unclear.
> gcc 22292 CRITICAL: gcc 22.214.171.124-4 miscompiles libc6 2.0.7pre3-1  (Galen Hazelwood <firstname.lastname@example.org>)
This is hopefully fixed in 126.96.36.199-4.3 which I just uploaded.
> gobjc 22829 gobjc needs dependency on egcc  (Galen Hazelwood <email@example.com>)
This is fixed in 1.0.3a-0.2 .
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