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Re: [c++,committed] Revert patch for PR/c++2294


Eric Botcazou wrote:
Yeah, "hum" is the right word here. Do all those regressions show up with
ONLY my patch applied to mainline?

I just reverted Bernardo's reverting patch and ran the C++ testsuite: the hundreds of failures didn't show up. Weird. I was away this week-end so everything was automated; on Saturday morning hundreds of C++ failures, on Sunday morning they were gone.


Sorry for the noise.

Concurrent development sucks :-)


Anyway, I had a phone talk with Giovanni. He was pretty sure his
patch was fine just before I committed it.

I've pre-processed the Java source causing the problem and tried
to reduce it to a managable test case.

The error appears on a rather simple class which is wrapped inside
two namespaces. I was sure the failure lied in there, but the
error disappeared when I got rid of the Java interface stuff.

My guess is that the error is being triggered by some GCC
extension used to glue C++ with Java classes.

I've Cc'd the java list too; perhaps the GCJ people have better
insight on this topic.

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 // Bernardo Innocenti - Develer S.r.l., R&D dept.
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