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GCC 10 available for testing etc. in -current.
(please reply privately to this spams-many-lists message, and
i will keep src/external/gpl3/gcc/README.gcc10 updated with
the latest status.)
i've just commited the final parts that make most platforms build
(and many run) with GCC 10 as the system compiler.
i've tested these systems:
- sparc (qemu)
- evbarmv7hf (cubietruck)
- i386 (has a signal delivery issue, but that seems to
have been introduced last year, however, things seem
to be equally as functional/broken.)
- ia64 (ski boots as far as before)
- mipsel (malta gxemul)
- mips64 (either big or little endian)
- sh3-el (landisk gxemul)
- vax (simh)
so i'm after testing for these targets:
there are still issues for these targets:
- arm64 -- 'LSE' extension issues, likely needs both
fixes for libgcc and kernel work
- sun2 ramdisk overflows, and it's already at the limit
of what can boot without crashing from lack of space
- x68k 'loadbsd' program appears to pull in TLS code from
libc and does not link.
the steps are fairly simple:
- update -currnet srcs
- build.sh with no -u (update), and set -V HAVE-GCC=10 as a
option. this ensures that everything is actually rebuilt
with the new compiler.
- install new kernel/userland and perform testing. if you can
run atf that would be great, but other tests are useful too.
- reply to this message with results.
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