Kaffe requires -g
archie at whistle.com
Fri Feb 25 12:39:49 PST 2000
Patrick Tullmann writes:
> > > -O1 fails
> > Which platform? Which compiler? What is the symptom?
> Sorry, I was running with the assumption that this was a long-standing
> problem. Here are the platforms/gcc's I just checked:
> FreeBSD 3.0++, gcc 188.8.131.52
> Linux 2.2.12, egcs-2.91.66
> FreeBSD 3.0++, gcc 2.95.2
> The symptom is almost all of the regression tests fail, during Kaffe's
> initialization. A gdb backtrace shows that Kaffe is blowing up in the
> first call into Java code. If I remember correctly, the problem is in
> sysdepCallMethod(). Something about all the registers being used and
> gcc not being able to incorporate the an asm() block.... I think.
I'd be interested if this problem was solved by upgrading from
FreeBSD 3.0++ to FreeBSD 3.4.
I've heard reports that on some older FreeBSD systems the kaffe
port doesn't work -- same symptoms you describe, and probably the
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