.stabs statements refer to symbol not in source

John David Anglin dave@hiauly1.hia.nrc.ca
Mon Apr 23 17:57:00 GMT 2001


> The unresolved symbol occurs twice in .stabs statements.  The file assembles
> without problem if I remove the two statements:
> 
> --- misc-inst.s.orig	Sun Apr 22 17:13:23 2001
> +++ misc-inst.s	Sun Apr 22 17:45:09 2001
> @@ -41589,7 +41589,6 @@
>  	.stabs	"__cerb:1282",128,0,1169,-2
>  	.stabn	192,0,0,LBB3073
>  	.data
> -	.stabs	"__n:V28",38,0,1173,__ZNSs4_Rep11_S_max_sizeE
>  	.stabs	"__idelim:r1",64,0,1175,7
>  	.stabs	"__sb:r1121",64,0,1176,6
>  	.stabs	"__c:r1",64,0,1177,2
> @@ -41608,7 +41607,6 @@
>  	.stabn	192,0,0,LBB3117
>  	.stabn	224,0,0,LBE3117
>  	.stabn	224,0,0,LBE3116
> -	.stabs	"__n:V28",38,0,1173,__ZNSs4_Rep11_S_max_sizeE
>  	.stabs	"__idelim:r1",64,0,1175,7
>  	.stabs	"__sb:r1121",64,0,1176,6
>  	.stabs	"__c:r1",64,0,1177,2

These definitions come from the template at line 1155 of istream.tcc.
It is easy to see from the template code why __n could be optimized away.
Is this an assembler or compiler bug?

Dave
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