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[bug#63008] gdb on aarch64

From: Efraim Flashner
Subject: [bug#63008] gdb on aarch64
Date: Tue, 25 Apr 2023 13:46:47 +0300

On Mon, Apr 24, 2023 at 10:12:35PM +0200, Andreas Enge wrote:
> Hello Pierre,
> Am Mon, Apr 24, 2023 at 08:04:18PM +0100 schrieb Pierre Langlois:
> > I think the main reason we still have gdb 11 is to make sure we don't
> > rebuild the rust world. I'm afraid if we don't do update it know, we'll
> > have to do it quite soon, can the rust world be rebuilt on a staging
> > branch soon after the core-updates merge?
> definitely, there already is a rust-team branch, and the rust team is in
> the starting block. Discussing gdb in this context would probably be
> a good idea!

I also noticed that gdb-11.1 failed to build on core-updates on
riscv64-linux. I can confirm that gdb-12 does build on riscv64-linux on
core-updates. I haven't tried yet to use gdb-12 in place of gdb-11 in
the rust tests, but I assume it would work. I'll test it out on x86_64
on core-updates to see if it works.

It sounds like as it currently stands neither aarch64 nor riscv64 have a
working rust on core-updates. I suppose, in order to decrease the number
of rebuilds, we could introduce gdb-11.2 and use that as the gdb input
in rust for those two architectures until I can either switch everyone
to 11.2 in the rust-team branch or switch everyone to gdb-12.

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