Gcc 3.0.3: target powerpc-*-eabi

David Korn dkorn@pixelpower.com
Fri Jan 11 22:49:00 GMT 2002

>-----Original Message-----
>From: Antti-Pekka Virjonen [mailto:Antti-Pekka.Virjonen@computec.fi]
>Sent: 11 January 2002 14:13

> If I compile with -S and look at the assembler sources, the only
>difference between the gcc generated code between -meabi and -mno-eabi
> -options is the different alignment of the stack. With both options, 
>the call to __eabi is there.
>Is there something wrong with the Gcc 3.0.3 or is it just me ?

  If you use both options I don't know which one wins the conflict, so
there's nothing necessarily wrong with it adding the call in that case.
But it definitely shouldn't add the call if you've used -mno-eabi!

  It might be the case that some line of the specs file is adding -meabi
to the compiler flags, and that -meabi overrides -mno-eabi, in which case
the specs file is at fault.  Otherwise, it seems very clear that this is
a genuine bug in gcc that you should report to the gcc-bugs list or 
using the form at gcc.gnu.org

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