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Re: toolchain/38359 (compiler ICE when compiling strtod.c with -msoft-float on mvme68k port)
On Fri, May 02, 2008 at 01:48:52PM +0000, tsutsui%NetBSD.org@localhost wrote:
> Synopsis: compiler ICE when compiling strtod.c with -msoft-float on mvme68k
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> Please try src/gnu/dist/gcc4/gcc/config/m68k/m68k.md rev 1.5.
> BTW, did you see the problem on m68k host, or only on sun4u cross host?
When I reported the bug, I had only attempted the compile on a sun4u
cross-building host. (The mvme68k is very similar to another,
currently unsupported, platform that I occasionally work on... I use
the mvme68k platform as a bell-weather for the state of the tree.)
I updated my source tree last night, but it failed to build all the way
with "regular" flags. I will compile the entire tree with -msoft-float
when I get a source tree that compiles completely *without* it first. :-)
Anyway. I just updated a minute ago and have kicked off a build to
see if the tree is in a compilable state this morning.
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