[ANNOUNCEMENT] Test: gcc-11.3.1+20230310-0.1
Tue Mar 14 17:44:21 GMT 2023
Ken Brown via Cygwin writes:
> On 3/11/2023 1:50 PM, Achim Gratz via Cygwin wrote:
>> The native Gcc compilers have been updated to the latest upstream
>> snapshot version of the gcc-11 branch:
> I've given it a pretty good workout with builds of Emacs and TeX Live,
> and everything seems good so far.
Thank you for taking the time to test it.
>> This release includes libgccjit as a separate package for the native
>> toolchain. Since Cygwin does not yet enable ASLR by default, any
>> nontrivial dynamic objects that are created in this way will likely need
>> to get rebased before they can be used. It is unlikely that build
>> systems recognize the need for doing that at the moment.
> FYI, following a suggestion made by Corinna on IRC, I'm building all
> the Emacs libraries (.eln files as well as tree-sitter grammar libs)
> with ASLR enabled and no rebasing. I have about 400 of these
> libraries on my system. I've been doing this for about a month
> without any fork failures.
The real test is to see what happens when a collision does occur. In
WinXP times the only reliable way out was a reboot when that happened…
which is why I gave up at the time.
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