[Bug sanitizer/59009] libsanitizer merge from upstream r191666 breaks bootstrap on powerpc64-linux
dave.anglin at bell dot net
Tue Dec 10 18:21:00 GMT 2013
--- Comment #31 from dave.anglin at bell dot net ---
On 12/10/2013 11:49 AM, jakub at gcc dot gnu.org wrote:
> For that a patch has been posted, just not reviewed:
> As for hppa, the change to enable it isn't in upstream GCC, so you as a
> maintainer need to make it working first and if changes are needed for
> compiler-rt maintained code, make sure it is accepted there first too.
I'm fully aware that the change to enable isn't upstream. I'm still
debating in my mind whether
this should be done or not. At the moment, there are no additional
changes to the compiler-rt
code as far as I know. However, things seem fragile and possibly this
library is unsuitable for
an architecture that is only supported by Gentoo and Debian unstable
I'm not sure what the issue is with the hppa kernel typedef for time_t.
It seems defined by the
generic linux type definitions. If this needs to be changed for
libsanitizer, I would like to
understand why. As far as I can tell, hppa isn't unique in using time_t
although the majority of ports only use base types.
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