[gccsdk] [Bug 215] Stack backtrace when using atof() and gcc 4.6

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Mon Feb 28 02:24:09 PST 2011


--- Comment #2 from Lee <leenoar at sky.com> 2011-02-28 02:24:08 PST ---
(In reply to comment #1)
> Even a simple printf("%f\n", 1.1) goes bang and this since r5004 because of the
> new recipe/patches/gcc/gcc.config.arm.lib1funcs.asm.p.


> Either we need to revert gcc.config.arm.lib1funcs.asm.p, either define
> __INTERWORKING_STUBS__ (but feels like a gross hack which probably will bite us
> one day), either patch so we're taking the 'b 1f' branch (any other instances
> we have to take care of ?).
> Lee, any preference ?

Yes, probably better that I remove the patch. I only added the function names
to make it easier to debug the stack unwinder, but didn't realise there were
some fall throughs in the FP code.
I'll fix it ASAP.


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