gcc-3.3.1-hammer vs current pre

J.A. Magallon (jamagallon@able.es)
Mon, 14 Jul 2003 01:40:24 +0200

Hi all...

One good and one bad news...

The good:
Current 22-pre5 builds at -O1 level. I always thought it was mandatory to
build at -O2...At least it can be useful to detect optimizer bugs...

And the bad. The current gcc in mandrakke cooker miscompiles the kernel.
Current 2.4.22-pre5 (plain, even a comma touched) works if built with -O1
and breaks with -O2 (does not pass init launch). As it is based on
the hammer branch from SuSE, I think this also affects SuSE developers,
if not corrected in their tree yet.

Is there any way to set compile flags for _subsystems_ ? To start
a search on what breaks at -O2.

[OT] (off-topic, not Operacion Triunfo -bleh- ...)
BTW, is anybody from Mandrake reading this ? The cooker list looks dead
since a week or so. If someone reads this, plz mail me in private.


J.A. Magallon <jamagallon@able.es>      \                 Software is like sex:
werewolf.able.es                         \           It's better when it's free
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