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Re: [trunk][google/gcc47]Add dependence of configure-target-libmudflap on configure-target-libstdc++-v3 (issue7740043)

On 2013-03-12 13:24 , Jing Yu wrote:
I made a mistake in my previous patch. I did not notice that was a generated file. Update the patch.

2013-03-12 Jing Yu <>

    * Makefile.def (Target modules dependencies): Add new dependency.
    * Re-generate.

Index: =================================================================== --- (revision 196604) +++ (working copy) @@ -44446,6 +44446,7 @@ all-target-libjava: maybe-all-target-boehm-gc all-target-libjava: maybe-all-target-libffi configure-target-libobjc: maybe-configure-target-boehm-gc all-target-libobjc: maybe-all-target-boehm-gc +configure-target-libmudflap: maybe-configure-target-libstdc++-v3 configure-target-libstdc++-v3: maybe-configure-target-libgomp

  configure-stage1-target-libstdc++-v3: maybe-configure-stage1-target-libgomp
Index: Makefile.def
--- Makefile.def (revision 196604)
+++ Makefile.def (working copy)
@@ -504,6 +504,7 @@ dependencies = { module=all-target-libjava; on=all
  dependencies = { module=all-target-libjava; on=all-target-libffi; };
  dependencies = { module=configure-target-libobjc;
on=configure-target-boehm-gc; };
  dependencies = { module=all-target-libobjc; on=all-target-boehm-gc; };
+dependencies = { module=configure-target-libmudflap;
on=configure-target-libstdc++-v3; };
  dependencies = { module=configure-target-libstdc++-v3;
on=configure-target-libgomp; };
  // parallel_list.o and parallel_settings.o depend on omp.h, which is
  // generated by the libgomp configure.  Unfortunately, due to the use of

On Mon, Mar 11, 2013 at 5:21 PM, Jing Yu <> wrote:
Don't know why the email body became attachment. Sent it again.
The review link is

Hi Diego,

The nightly build of gcc-4.7 based ppc64 and ppc32 crosstools have failed since
the build server upgraded to gPrecise one week ago. Log shows a configuration fa
ilure on libmudflap.

checking for suffix of object files... /lib/cpp
configure: error: in
configure: error: C++ preprocessor "/lib/cpp" fails sanity check
See `config.log' for more details.

There is no /lib/cpp on gprecise server, though it should not be used here.

What happened was that libmudflap configure looks for a preprocessor
by trying $CXX -E and then backing off to /lib/cpp.  $CXX -E is
failing with "unrecognized command line option
‘-funconfigured-libstdc++’", and the /lib/cpp backstop then fails
also. The -funconfigured-libstdc++ is because configure can't find
libstdc++/scripts/testsuite_flags. This is a so-far undiagnosed race
in gcc make, masked where /lib/cpp is available.   And that's absent
because in this build, for whatever reason, libstdc++ loses a race
with libmudflap.

The theory is confirmed by:
  1) if we force --job=1, build can succeed
  2) If we apply the following patch to build-gcc/Makefile, build can
succeed. After removing this dependency, build fails with the same
error again.

Is this patch ok for google/gcc-4_7?

If the same issue exists on upstream trunk, how does the patch sound to trunk?


2013-03-11 Jing Yu <>

         * (maybe-configure-target-libmudflap):
         Add dependence on configure-target-libstdc++-v3.

OK for google/gcc-4_7. It's fine for trunk as well, but it may need to wait until trunk opens up again.


Index: =================================================================== --- (revision 196604) +++ (working copy) @@ -31879,6 +31879,9 @@ maybe-configure-target-libmudflap: @if gcc-bootstrap configure-target-libmudflap: stage_current @endif gcc-bootstrap +@if target-libstdc++-v3 +configure-target-libmudflap: configure-target-libstdc++-v3 +@endif target-libstdc++-v3 @if target-libmudflap maybe-configure-target-libmudflap: configure-target-libmudflap configure-target-libmudflap:

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