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Re: Libc patch no longer applies


From: Thomas Schwinge
Subject: Re: Libc patch no longer applies
Date: Fri, 16 Sep 2011 23:10:15 +0200
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Hi!

On Fri, 16 Sep 2011 10:49:31 +0200, Thomas Schwinge <address@hidden> wrote:
> ... and this did work!  That is, ``--build=i486-gnu --host=i486-gnu''
> configuration with GCC 4.4, plus old binutils downgraded to Debian
> package 2.20.1-2.
> 
> And, on the other machine (with the 2010-04 trees), I built with recent
> binutils as a crosscheck.  As expected, I got the same failure as we've
> seen before.  The specific GCC 4.4 version doesn't appear to matter.

While reviewing the last 19 months worth of changes of the sourceware
master branch of glibc (should perhaps do this more regularely...), I
successively picked a few commits, put them onto my Savannah branch, and
re-ran make two or three times.  Upon the last attempt, I got a working
build!  It is some of the following:

e23fe25b33324a9ea992276c1a4f04127bf9ba4b
bc5fb0374c3ce6eca92f44d13a55b066e707c4a0
9acbe24da8c71704d03e30d1223f997442d4be0c
b32b8b451b398ebae33d4cf8039c03f4d615c0c3
3c88fe1e3ab8c6115e9b0c6eb109718da2116a33
5be9d05d3136460cf6cedd3823fd236aeebe83ef
bdaa77bc20bbaf5a78da541b993cfead8b8c1b1c
a726d7960e8a4ac784131f591114a0ef14246d8b
bdaa77bc20bbaf5a78da541b993cfead8b8c1b1c
56801c50d497685de85b1901193c9c79fadb513c
22cd1c9bcf57c5829d65b6da825f7a459d40c9eb
f09677388a44cd1460f8986ef1b096c73bd5b958
fa41c84d73be804639ecb2250f0b793b1a6f765e
42acbb92c861e97a6e1293ea853db88342a1bf53
283007197c526f8f59bdc029a38d76538c70b0ff
5e49c52efdb37eb0aa315156f39056f25ff9ddaa
4a531bb0b3b582cb693de9f76d2d97d970f9a5d5

I will not research this any further -- we now know (hope?!) that it is
no coincidence and is fixed upstream -- and will continue with advancing
our baseline, and fix all the fallout.


Grüße,
 Thomas


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