Bug in stdio using dynamic_reent
Wed Apr 2 22:52:00 GMT 2003
IO_Init simply sets up my serial IO channel so that calls to _read_r and
_write_r will work. It does not affect the library calls. My _write_r
function simply dumps the entire contents of *buf to the serial channel when
I've tested this on two different targets, both with no operating system.
One is a powerpc (8260) and the other is a 5307 coldfire. I have not
attempted it on my x86 linux box because I have not been able to build
newlib natively. (The configure script seems to work, but the Makefile
generated doesn't do anything).
I've done a little bit of debug, but the problem seems to be burried deep
enough that I haven't found it yet.
Am I initializing the impure data structures correctly?
From: J. Johnston [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Wednesday, April 02, 2003 3:41 PM
To: Likely, Grant
Cc: Newlib mailing list (E-mail)
Subject: Re: Bug in stdio using dynamic_reent
Sorry, haven't seen this. If I run this (minus the IO_Init()) with my
newlib build which uses __DYNAMIC_REENT__, it outputs what glibc does:
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