gcc 3.3 and java on mips
aph at redhat.com
Fri Feb 27 10:00:04 PST 2009
Jonathan Springer wrote:
> Sergey Anosov wrote:
>> I make a cross build of IcedTea 1.6 for mips, using zero-port and gcc
>> 3.3.6 compiler.
>> There are some __sync_* finctions in atomic_linux_zero.inline.hpp,
>> which gcc 3.3.6 don't understand.
>> After some googling, I've find that __sync_* builtin functions was
>> first defined in gcc 4.1.0.
>> What can I do? Make a patch, which defines that functions in gcc 3.3,
>> or make realisation in C(C++) for IcedTea? if there is any other way?
> IcedTea is supposed to be built with GCC 4.3+, so your best bet would be
> to upgrade your build environment. Even if you work around the __sync_*
> issue, you may run into other issues with 3.3.
> (CCing porters-dev so some IcedTea folks might see it and comment further.)
gcc 3.3 (May 2003) has a pretty old C++ compiler. I don't know that it will
even compile modern standard C++. In my opinion it's not worth trying.
On the other hand, if you really want to use that old compiler, it's not
very hard to write the definitions in assembly language.
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