[email@example.com: 6 GCC regressions, 3 new, with your patch , on 2001-06-11T21:15:02Z.]
Mon Jun 11 18:25:00 GMT 2001
> Date: Mon, 11 Jun 2001 17:43:29 -0700 (PDT)
> From: Benjamin Kosnik <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> cc: Phil Edwards <email@example.com>, firstname.lastname@example.org
> it's so
> not my fault this time, I swear. This shit always breaks, for some
> reason the string tests always tickle linkage issues with the C++ compiler.
> I'm in the middle of other stuff
> these fail on my x86-linux x powerpc-eabism tester, and have for a while,
> so I'm not going to freak about it.
> > The new failures are:
> > powerpc-eabisim libstdc++-v3.sum 21_strings/element_access.cc
> > powerpc-eabisim libstdc++-v3.sum 21_strings/substr.cc
> > powerpc-eabisim libstdc++-v3.sum 27_io/ios_members.cc
But they passed once...
The weird thing is that I can't see how those could have broken with
your patches. I suspect some kind of linker random memory overwrite
bug. Wasn't element_access.cc the testcase that went away for no
- Geoffrey Keating <email@example.com>
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