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re: gcc configury or mknative bug?
> If I understand the gcc folks correctly(1), a stock gcc configured and
> compiled on NetBSD should have -fPIC in the CRTSTUFF_T_CFLAGS variable
> for all archs, wich means libgcc's crstuff gets compiled with -fPIC.
> This is needed for -pie to work.
> However, our reach-over equivalent G_CRTSTUFF_T_CFLAGS does not have it for
> any arch(2). I guess -pie only works on i386/amd64 since by default they don't
> use gcc's crtstuff nowadays.
> I initially tried to fix it for sparc* only, but mknative fails for me
> and it looks like a much broader fix should be done instead.
> Does anyone see why we don't pick this up during mknative?
> Please fix and request pullup to -6 ASAP ;-)
martin and i discussed this and we've come to the conclusion that
the problem isn't that crt is compiled incorrectly but that the
wrong crt is used with -pie. we're testing a fix to the netbsd
gcc specs itself that should handle this.
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