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Re: PHP 7.1 and compiler requirements
Minutes after sending the mail, I found the definition in the
Makefile. I looked around in some other places but missed the obvious
For both NetBSD and Solaris 11 I use x86_64, while for Solaris 10 I
use i386, that explains the different behavior from pkgsrc's point of
FWIW: I simply commented out the part in the Makefile and gave it a
shot on Solaris 10, and the package built just fine. So either the GCC
bug is not present on this platform, or things have already changed
again for PHP 7.1.5. Or because Solaris 10 is actually a 64bit OS, I
am just compiling 32bit??
On Thu, May 18, 2017 at 1:46 PM, <coypu%sdf.org@localhost> wrote:
> On Thu, May 18, 2017 at 01:21:23PM +0200, J?rn Clausen wrote:
>> I have started again compiling packages on Solaris 10. When it comes
>> to lang/php71, pkgsrc insists on installing lang/gcc49 as a
>> prerequisite. On NetBSD 7.0.1, I can compile PHP with GCC 4.8.4. On
>> Solaris 11, I can compile PHP with GCC 4.8.5. On Solaris 10, GCC 4.8.5
>> is also my standard compiler. Why is this version not good enough non
>> that platform?
> Hi joern, I added this as a workaround for a really crazy bug!
> They are using two global registers for storing stuff for the
> interpreter on the register-starved i386, and generated code by GCC
> 4.8.5 on NetBSD/i386 must have been trampling them somewhere, so it
> would segfault while generating Phar.php.
> To make it easier than very esoteric code changes, I changed to a
> minimum requirement of 4.9 on i386, although I think it might be
> better to avoid using global registers on such a machine.
> Interesting that it is working with the exact same compiler version on
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