-fssa problem in mainline

Andreas Jaeger aj@suse.de
Mon Jul 9 13:16:00 GMT 2001


law@redhat.com writes:

>   In message < u8bsmuhwk2.fsf@gromit.moeb >you write:
>  > 
>  > I tried to compile glibc with the current GCC 3.1 CVS version and got
>  > a segv running localedef.
>  > 
>  > After further investigation and locating the miscompiled failure, I
>  > played around with the compiler flags.  The problem was that I used
>  > -fssa together with -O3 -freorder-blocks.  After removing -fssa I
>  > could build the file without problems.
>  > 
>  > The file that seems to have been miscompiled was
>  > locale/programs/ld-collate.c, just changing the flags in this file
>  > fixed the segmentation fault.  I can send the preprocessed file if
>  > needed but since SSA is currently in flux and unstable I just wanted
>  > to point out this problem for future reference.
> What target?

Sorry that I forgot that: i686-linux-gnu (using glibc from CVS, recent
binutils from CVS, Linux 2.4.6)

Shall I rerun my tests with the current sources that contain DCE?
Andreas
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