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Forum: ARM programming with GCC/GNU tools Hi, Where to find arm-elf-gcc 4.0.2 bug list??


Author: Mh Tay (lpc2103)
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Hi,
Not WinARM but GCC 4.0.2 related problems.
Where can I find the full arm-elf-gcc 4.0.2 bug list from internet??

I'm doing some code porting from some old Ansi-C source to GCC 4.0.2.
Keeps having lots of strange problems (even atol function also not
working
properly?).  And every time I cut-and-paste the same code over to Ms
VC++ 6.0,
+ compiled as Win32 Console, it is always running perfectly under VC++
6.0.

The old Ansi-C source is having quite some recursive calls and etc.

Any idea where to find the bug list??  from FSF website??
Regards

Author: Andreas Schwarz (andreas) (Admin) Flattr this
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MH Tay wrote:
> Hi,
> Not WinARM but GCC 4.0.2 related problems.
> Where can I find the full arm-elf-gcc 4.0.2 bug list from internet??

http://gcc.gnu.org/bugzilla/

> I'm doing some code porting from some old Ansi-C source to GCC 4.0.2.
> Keeps having lots of strange problems (even atol function also not
> working
> properly?).

I think it's highly unlikely that your code is really affected by a GCC
bug. Probably it makes some platform/compiler specific assumptions that
are not guaranteed by the C standard. Try to compile your code with all
warnings enabled (-Wall), maybe this will help you find the problem.

Andreas

Author: Mh Tay (lpc2103)
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Hi,  Thanks for bug list pointer.
You are right.  Most of the problems I encountered are platform
or compiler dependent. I'm porting from a public domain MsDOS
C-Source.

Looking at the bug list, I'm very comfortable that I will have
<0.001% chances of hitting any bugs, for the mostly pure C
language and -Os I'm using (No -O2, -O3).     :)
Regards

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