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bug#29183: 27.0.50; SIGSEGV on C-g on Windows


From: John Mastro
Subject: bug#29183: 27.0.50; SIGSEGV on C-g on Windows
Date: Wed, 8 Nov 2017 15:41:05 -0800

Paul Eggert <address@hidden> wrote:
> What is the difference in assembly-language output when you compile with
> this:
>
>   static struct thread_state GCALIGNED main_thread;
>
> versus this?
>
>   static struct thread_state main_thread;

I don't know/read assembly, so I'm not sure if this is what you're
looking for, but the only line in the diff between the two resulting
files that mentions main_thread is that the output from the source with
GCALIGNED says:

    .lcomm main_thread,592,8

Whereas the assembly output from the source without GCALIGNED says:

    .lcomm main_thread,592,32

The diff is quite large though, 3,685 lines. Almost all of them are
either ".uleb128" or ".long" followed by an operand (the operand being
what differs).

> What is the assembly-language output when compiling the following little
> program, when compiled the same way that you compile thread.c?
>
>   struct thread_state { int x; };
>   static struct thread_state __attribute__ ((aligned (8))) a;
>   static struct thread_state b;
>   struct thread_state *c[] = { &a, &b };
>
> On my platform, compiling this with gcc -S yields the following, which looks
> properly aligned:
>
>         .file   "t.c"
>         .local  a
>         .comm   a,4,8
>         .local  b
>         .comm   b,4,4
>         .globl  c
>         .data
>         .align 16
>         .type   c, @object
>         .size   c, 16
> c:
>         .quad   a
>         .quad   b
>         .ident  "GCC: (GNU) 7.2.1 20170915 (Red Hat 7.2.1-2)"
>         .section        .note.GNU-stack,"",@progbits

I get the following:

        .file  "t.c"
        .text
.Ltext0:
        .cfi_sections  .debug_frame
        .globl c
        .data
        .align 16
c:
        .quad  a
        .quad  b
.lcomm b,4,4
.lcomm a,4,8
        .text
.Letext0:
        .file 1 "t.c"
        .section        .debug_info,"dr"
[... a bunch of .Ldebug_* sections ...]
.Ldebug_line0:
        .section        .debug_str,"dr"
        .ident "GCC: (Rev1, Built by MSYS2 project) 7.2.0"

Let me know if I can provide any other information.

        John





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