Björn Persson <Bjorn(a)xn--rombobjrn-67a.se> writes:
Pavel Zhukov <pzhukov(a)redhat.com> wrote:
> As x86 (32-bit for i686->) is not primary architecture anymore  and we
> have at least one bug which blocks gprbuild  (and as the result
> almost whole stack) I start to think about dropping i686 from the list
> of GNAT_arches since F26 onward.
> Any ideas/objections?
>  https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1444614
>  https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Architectures
First, did you mean to write "F27"? Because I thought we had a working
GPRbuild in F26. Or is it necessary to rebuild it now, right after the
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Right. I meant f27. But 26 is affected as well and we cannot rebuild
gnatcoll and gprbuild at least in case if it's needed.
And I found another problem last week. While GCC changed versioning to
major only (libgnat-7 instead of libgnat-7.1) ALI files are marked as obsolete
after update to 7.1 in F26/rawhide and I had to rebuild all packages manualy with
buildroot overrides and stuff.
"GNAT Lib v7"
So it should be fine at first glance..
Have you reported this to GCC upstream? I don't think a report in Red
Hat Bugzilla accomplishes anything more than tracking the bug. A report
in GCC Bugzilla should reach some GNAT developers. We might not get a
speedy fix for F27 though.
Not yet. I've not reproduced the bug with upstream
compiler (without d/s
Package mantainer should raise the bug upstream in such cases but seems
like it's not the case :(
If only GPRbuild triggers the bug, and no fix arrives before the next
soname change in libgnat, then we'll probably need to drop x86 from
GPRbuild_arches at least temporarily, but we could keep it in
GNAT_arches. If it turns out to be so bad that many things can't be
compiled on x86, then we may need to drop it from GNAT_arches too.
So far only
gprbuild and gnatcoll are affected (as they very connected with
low-level gnat I think).
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