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Mon Feb 15 13:38:28 PST 2010
Which means it could break my CentOS tests also. One missing feature that I know of
for this configuration is that 4.1.2 on this platform does not support gcc atomic builtins.
I need to upgrade this environment anyway.
On Feb 15, 2010, at 16:22, David Greene wrote:
> On Monday 15 February 2010 12:16:21 Daniel Dunbar wrote:
>> No, some build release, and some build release-asserts.
>> Historically, this is a typical sign of llvm being miscompiled, see
>> the broken-gcc list.
> Yep, that's it. We've been happily using gcc 4.1.2 on OpenSUSE for test
> builds for some time without problem (we don't use it for releases yet, and
> won't now!). I guess something changed to make the issue visible to us.
> BTW, how sure are we that all these are gcc issues and not some incorrect
> code somewhere that triggers undefined behavior?
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