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Re: OpenBSD pch, take 2
On Mon, Jan 31, 2005 at 04:41:54PM +0100, Florian Weimer wrote:
> * Marc Espie:
> > Okay, until I find time to relocate precompiled headers, we might
> > consider that they are totally broken on OpenBSD.
> > The very nasty thing is that they will *appear* to work. Namely, loading
> > a pch file will work 95% of the time... and fail whenever the file cannot
> > be mmaped at the same address due to randomization issues.
> > So, mark them as completely unreliable.
> How do you cope with Lisp (or Java) implementations which do
> essentially the same thing? Is it just impossible to run them on
> recent OpenBSD versions?
Yes. common-lisp has some issues, for instance.