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Re: Fw: [patch] [4.2 projects] vectorize strided accesses (4 patches)


Roger,

Last merge with mainline was on 2005-12-22 quite long ago, and as you wrote
java can be broken in mainline then. Usually we test only c,c++ and
fortran.

If java was ok, I suspect two paches  that can cause this failure: r113596
and r113597.
We will investigate the failure to boostrap java on x86.

-- Victor

Roger Sayle <roger@eyesopen.com> wrote on 05.09.2006 18:13:27:

>
> Hi Victor,

> As I mentioned previously, this failure may be unrelated to the
> autovect changes;  You may have been unlucky that java was broken
> the last time you synchronized the tree, or not all of the tree was
> synchronized.  But its also not unlikely, that the breakage is fall-out
> from vectorization related changes to common infrastructure if the
> branch isn't regularly tested for building java, fortran, ada, etc...
>
> Thanks again for investigating this.
>
> Roger
> --
>


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