Linkage order for compiler-generated code?
ptorre at zetron.com
Thu Aug 23 17:40:03 CDT 2007
On Wed 8/22/2007 6:54 PM, Chris Johns wrote:
>Phil Torre wrote:
>> We build our powerpc-targeted RTEMS code on either Cygwin or Linux,
>> as suits the particular developer. A while back, I made sure that
>> we could obtain a bit-identical image from the same source, regardless
>> of build host. I just went back to revisit that assumption, and found
>> that it was false.
> Your mileage may vary here. I help chase a similar sort of issue with the
> Coldfire for the same gcc version on different versions of Windows. It turned
> out MS had change the sort function and this changed the way some registers
> where being placed on the stack and this changed the code. Both sort routines
> where correct and the generated code was correct.
That sounds like what I'm seeing. We at one time had builds that were
reproducible across Linux and windows 98/NT4/2000, but the addition of
windows XP into the mix isn't working well.
I think I'll have to resort to the technique of objdump/diff to verify that
the only differences are the link layout of the "magic C++ goop". Not as
straighforward as just comparing the CRCs, but it will do.
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