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Re: PATCH: -save-temps still produces different .s and .o


On Jan 24, 2004, Per Bothner <per@bothner.com> wrote:

> Alex, can you try this patch (against mainline)?

It fails to generate a directory entry in the following case:

./xgcc -B./ -E < /dev/null |
./xgcc -B./ -E -fpreprocessed -fworking-dir -

I agree it's not all that important, but it seems reasonable to me,
and it worked before.  The fix, again, is to not add the pointless
pp_dir_change callback, and emit a file change callback instead.  Is
there any reason for you to not want it to be done the way it was
before?


FWIW, I can't fully test this: most (all?) PCH tests fail for me
(Fedora Core 1 i686 and athlon boxes with all updates installed) if I
bootstrap a pristine source tree, and they fail similarly after
earlier versions of our patches.  I still haven't tried this one.  Is
anyone else seeing this?

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