Subject: Re: gcc-3.2
To: Oleg Polyanski <Oleg.Polianski@team.telstraclear.co.nz>
From: Bryan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 09/10/2002 22:39:45
On the distinguished day of Sep 11, Oleg Polyanski stated:
[Regarding problem with gcc-3.2 on NetBSD/Alpha producing executables which
crash on startup unless statically linked]
> in, then start the test application under `ktrace' and, eventually,
> under `gdb'.
gdb indicates that the process crashes in _rtld_relocate_plt_object(), i.e.
the C library.
> It should not crash at all, as there is no reason for that - I have been
> compiling my C/C++ programs for NetBSD/i386 with the most recent versions
> of g/g++ from CVS without any problems.
I am running on Alpha - perhaps my problem is specific to the Alpha
platform. Also, I have found two other C library problems which appear to
be specific to the Alpha: bugs 18113 and 18114.
BTW, when you say "most recent versions ... from CVS", you mean the gcc CVS
tree, not the NetBSD one, right?