m68k UnoApiTarget/udkapi.rdb build fails ("Bad input")
Aaron M. Ucko
ucko at debian.org
Wed Feb 7 03:03:34 UTC 2018
Stephan Bergmann <sbergman at redhat.com> writes:
> Odd, esp. as 9223372036854775807 is 0x7FFFFFFFFFFFFFFF, not
> 0xFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF (aka -1). Smells like an issue with the compilation
Entirely possible, as there was in fact an intervening GCC upgrade, with
the following ChangeLog stanza:
gcc-7 (7.2.0-19) unstable; urgency=medium
* Update to SVN 20180107 (r256317) from the gcc-7-branch.
- Fix PR libstdc++/82522, PR debug/83550, PR middle-end/83608,
PR middle-end/83609, PR middle-end/83623, PR c++/83553, PR lto/82027,
PR c/83448, PR rtl-optimization/80747, PR rtl-optimization/83512,
PR tree-optimization/83523, PR tree-optimization/83521, PR ipa/82801,
PR ipa/83346, PR target/83467 (x86), PR tree-optimization/82726,
PR tree-optimization/70754, PR target/83387 (PPC), PR c++/83556,
PR c++/83116, PR Fortran/83679, PR fortran/83650, PR Fortran/83548,
PR libgfortran/83649, PR libgfortran/83613, PR libgfortran/81937,
PR libgfortran/78549, PR libstdc++/83600, PR libstdc++/83598,
PR libstdc++/83279, PR libstdc++/83626, PR libstdc++/83626,
* debian/rules2: Fix typo for N32 conditions (YunQiang Su). Closes: #886316.
* More libffi mips r6 updates (YunQiang Su). Addresses: #886201.
* libgo: Backport upstream sparc64 fix (James Clark). Closes: #884642.
* Default to PIE on the hurd (Samuel Thibault). Closes: #885056.
* Use internal libunwind for ia64 cross-builds. Closes: #885931.
* Strip -z,defs from linker options for internal libunwind (James Clarke).
* Fix rtlibs stage build with debhelper 10.9.1 (Helmut Grohne).
-- Matthias Klose <doko at debian.org> Sun, 07 Jan 2018 08:55:48 +0100
Comparing the "Build environment" sections of  (good) and  (bad)
also indicates some other upgrades, though GCC is my prime suspect if
this is in fact a toolchain regression.
- binutils 2.29.1-2 -> 2.29.1-3, featuring a fix for PR ld/22626.
- glibc 2.25-5 -> 2.26-3.
- linux-libc-dev (kernel headers) 4.14.2-1 -> 4.14.12-2.
- Upgrades to various libraries and utilities outside the central
Thanks for the analysis, and sorry for the noise if this turns out to be
a toolchain bug.
Aaron M. Ucko, KB1CJC (amu at alum.mit.edu, ucko at debian.org)
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