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Re: Weird things happen with glibc-2.3.1 compiled with gcc-3.2.3 for cri
Re: Weird things happen with glibc-2.3.1 compiled with gcc-3.2.3 for cris
Mon, 02 Jun 2003 10:50:35 -0700
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Uwe Reimann wrote:
I am trying to compile glibc-2.3.1 with gcc-3.2.3 for the cris target
(cris-axis-linux-gnu). After adding some patches which makes the cris
port export register_frame_info and the like correctly, i was able to
compile it. However, something went wrong. ls -l showed huge file sizes.
Further investigation showed, that the lower 32 bits of the file size
are swapped with the higher 32 bits. For example: /etc/rpc, which should
be 1615 bytes (0x64F) is displayed as 6936372183040 bytes (0x64F00000000).
This doesn't neccessarily need to be an error in glibc; it could as well
be the kernel (2.4.19). Could someone point me into the right direction
to fix that, i.E. what files could be responsible for such misbehavior?
Have you tried running the gcc and glibc regression tests
on a known good cris system? (Possibly remotely?)
It seems challenging to set up those tests for remote
execution. I'm trying that myself, will post anything
I learn to the crossgcc mailing list.