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Re: Java broken after i386 PIC change
On Sun, Jan 21, 2001 at 02:34:56PM -0800, Richard Henderson wrote:
> On Sat, Jan 20, 2001 at 11:35:05PM -0800, Richard Henderson wrote:
> > So it seems likely that there's some linkonce bug in 2.10 that
> > has been fixed since.
More than "likely" I think. I'm using a unified CVS gcc + CVS binutils
source tree, and the patch below causes serious breakage to anything linked
against libstdc++. We get a SEGV when exit() calls some of the dtors in
> > I wonder how hard it would be to detect
> > it at configure time. Otherwise I've got to figure out some
> > other solution to the original bug.
> I've applied the following until I can figure out what
> to do about detecting this at configure time.
After reverting this patch I can once again run hello-world on i686.
WRT a configure-time check... we (lib-3) had to do something similar for
the compiler itself at one point. If the date on which the linkonce bug in
ld was fixed can be pinpointed, perhaps a check for a sufficiently recent
version is enough.
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