[ECOS] _impure_ptr ??

Gary D. Thomas gary.thomas@mind.be
Mon Mar 24 21:35:00 GMT 2003

On Mon, 2003-03-24 at 14:26, Bart Veer wrote:
> >>>>> "Bob" == Bob Koninckx <bob.koninckx@mech.kuleuven.ac.be> writes:
>     Bob> This redefinition of __xca_pure_virtual seems to solve the
>     Bob> problem. No more link errors, application runs fins.
>     Bob> Apparently, the compiler pulls this function in as soon as
>     Bob> you have at least one pure virtual function in your
>     Bob> application.
> I have now reproduced this. Using a pure virtual function used to pull
> in a function __pure_virtual_called() or something like that, which
> was provided by libgcc.a and just aborted the application. That could
> happen if somehow you managed to call a virtual function while the
> base object was still being constructed, before the derived class
> constructor had updated the virtual function table. Nowadays it
> pulls in a more complicated __cxa_pure_virtual() from
> libstdc++-v3/libsup++/pure.cc which has additional library
> dependencies, unwanted ones in an eCos setup.
> I think we want to put our own dummy __cxa_pure_virtual() into
> CYGPKG_HAL or CYGPKG_INFRA. Jifl, any preferences ?

If this is PowerPC only, then it goes in the HAL.
If it is common to all versions of GCC, then I would think INFRA.

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