Fri Sep 17 09:41:00 GMT 2010
Il giorno gio, 16/09/2010 alle 22.19 -0700, Ian Lance Taylor ha scritto:
> That is code which is only ever executed when compiling for the ia64
> target. I would guess that something changed and nobody tested it for
> ia64. If you're not up for debugging it yourself, then please file a
> bug report according to the instructions at
> No need to include a test case, as it is part of gcc itself.
Whatever it was, it disappeared at r164336, where bootstrap completed;
it could be a fix was applied, or it could be that a change was split in
multiple commits and I got an intermediate step that was inconsistent.
I have seen a great many instances of
/tmp/ccvLT0FG.s:59: Warning: rest of line ignored; first ignored character is `i'
and similarly with 'd'; I have no idea if this is significant or not;
will now proceed to compile and test a couple of codes and see what
Does it make sense to open a PR now? I guess not...
I'll rebuild every now and then, and will let you know if it surfaces
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