Re: [Linux-ia64] gcc-3.2 bug

From: David Mosberger <>
Date: 2003-03-05 13:03:38
>>>>> On Tue, 28 Jan 2003 14:58:28 -0700, Alex Williamson <> said:

  Alex>    I've been trying to figure out why agpgart_be.c won't
  Alex> compile on ia64 w/ gcc-3.2, and I've got a pretty simple test
  Alex> case that seems to show a compiler bug.  Not being much of a
  Alex> tools guy, I figured I'd toss it out here.  If I compile with
  Alex> -O2, I get an undefined reference much like I see in the
  Alex> kernel:

  Alex> # gcc -O2 -o test test.c /tmp/ccQCPFMM.o(.text+0xa0): In
  Alex> function `main': : undefined reference to `.L13' collect2: ld
  Alex> returned 1 exit status

  Alex> If I compile w/o optimization or w/ gcc-2.96, it works fine.
  Alex> It also works fine on x86 w/ gcc-3.2.  Here's my gcc info:

Hans tried this with gcc-3.3 and the latest CVS gcc and both worked
fine (I was able to reproduce the bug with 3.2.2).  Looks like the
problem might have been fixed already.

Received on Tue Mar 04 18:05:16 2003

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