gcc4.4.1 related doubt
Fri Apr 16 05:09:00 GMT 2010
On Thu, Apr 15, 2010 at 7:46 PM, Ian Lance Taylor <email@example.com> wrote:
> trisha yad <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>> This is regarding issue of -fno-ipa-cp on code sourcercy 2009q3-67.
>> We discuss this on mailing list previously.
>> and you suggested to apply above flag.
>> If we use 2009q1 then we face no problem on corrupt symbols system.map file
>> I have checked the file in GCC source code of ipa-cp.c file i.e
>> gcc-trunk-4.4]$ vi gcc/ipa-cp.c in both the release of codesourcercy
>> and found that there is no change in this file.
>> So will you pls let me know, what makes work without -fno-ipa-cp on
>> 2009q1, and what is such changes that we require
>> to disable of functionality.
> Please send mail to the list, not to me directly. Thanks.
> First, questions about the CodeSourcery toolchain should be directed
> to CodeSourcery.
> Second, as I recall, several different people said that you should not
> worry about these symbols. It is a bug in the Linux kernel build that
> some script complains about them.
> Third, ipa-cp.c works by creating new functions, and it is those
> functions which cause the problem. What has changed is presumably the
> names used for those new functions.
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