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Re: VEC re-write [patch 01/25]
On Sun, Nov 18, 2012 at 9:12 AM, Diego Novillo <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Sun, Nov 18, 2012 at 12:05 PM, Hans-Peter Nilsson <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> On Sat, 17 Nov 2012, Diego Novillo wrote:
>>> I have now committed all 25 parts of this patch as rev 193595. Please
>>> CC me on any problems that you think may be related to this rewrite.
>> That seems to have trigged some bug in gcc-4.4-era. See
>> PR55381. There are a lot of suspicious warnings from vec.h.
>> It smells a bit like a host gcc bug, but I'll have to find a
>> newer version where it builds to confirm. (If so, "hopefully"
>> it's as "simple" as upping the minimum host gcc version or
>> blacklisting gcc-4.4.x.)
> Yeah, I got those warnings in my sparc and hppa builds, but they are
> harmless. Strictly speaking offsetof cannot be applied to non-PODs.
> The only thing that makes that class non-POD is the protected
> attribute, but that does not alter the physical layout. So the
> compiler is emitting a harmless warning (newer versions have
> tightened the check to warn when you are using offsetof on a non-base
But then we are no longer writing in C++. Is there a reason why this
warning does not break the build? We should not be using offsetof
> My cris-elf builds worked fine, but config-list.mk only builds stage
> 1, it does not build libgfortran. Can you give me instructions on how
> to build your target on my x86 workstation?
> Thanks. Diego.