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Bad g++ constructors on aarch64
I'm building OpenJDK 8 on aarch64 and am seeing what looks like a
There are lots of constructors that use this syntax to initialize member
Klass::Klass() : _foo(foo), _bar(bar)
Where _foo & _bar are member variables, foo & bar are globals.
Member variables that are immediate types get initialized correctly,
ones that are pointers to other class instances don't.
Transforming the constructor to the following gives a working binary:
_foo = foo;
_bar = bar;
The x86_64 build works fine using the original syntax.
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