Bootstrap crash on Solaris 2.11/5.11 - uninitialized mem access
rick at snowlight.net
Tue Jan 8 10:05:23 UTC 2019
update: replaced system GLD without plugin support, etc with custom GLD
build works fine now
"Rick V" wrote in message news:xkjellyzzpgfidpzralc at forum.dlang.org...
Now that I got my hands on the current release of Oracle
DevStudio (5.15/12.6), I'm going to build a GNU CC configured to
use GAS and GLD (all the GNU tools are prefixed here)
I mean, language support is *there*, it's the underlying plumbing
that's driving me nuts
(and hoping that NetBSD support is advancing soon!)
On Thursday, 3 January 2019 at 22:25:12 UTC, kinke wrote:
> On Thursday, 3 January 2019 at 19:32:57 UTC, David Nadlinger
>> Rick is using a compiler (doesn't matter that it's 1.13)
>> compiled by 0.17, though. Also, any regressions regarding
>> --gc-sections shouldn't affect Solaris, as the option isn't
>> even active there. In fact, I think Solaris even uses the old
>> _Dmodule_ref scheme for module registration.
>> That being said, if the symptoms match the ModuleInfo-related
>> issues you have been seeing, it's reasonable to suspect
>> another issue affecting `ModuleInfo`s or static constructors
>> on Solaris.
> Yes, you're absolutely right, I came to the same conclusion
> after my reply. ;)
> I have no idea about the state of Solaris support, but I'm
> pretty sure it hasn't been touched in years, so I guess the
> situation hasn't improved since v0.17.
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