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SubjectRe: [reiserfs-list] Re: ReiserFS Oops (2.4.1, deterministic, symlink
Alan Cox wrote:
>
> > my convenience matters as much as that of the users. I don't want to use
> > #ifdefs, I want it to die explosively and verbosely informatively. make isn't
> > the most natural language for that, but I am sure Yura can find a way.
>
> Run a small shell check and let it fail if the shell stuff errors.
>
> The fragment you want is
>
> if [ -e /bin/rpm ]; then
> X=`rpm -q gcc`
> if [ "$X" = "gcc-2.96-54" ]; then
> echo "*** GCC 2.96-54 will miscompile Reiserfs. Please update your compiler"
> echo "See http://www.redhat.com/support/errata/RHBA-2000-132.html"
> exit 255
> fi
> fi
>
> > Please delay shipping the 3.0 CVS branch on RedHat for a while.:-) Sorry, I
> > couldn't resist.
>
> Grin. gcc 3.0 is going to be just as much fun Im sure, but finally should give
> everyone a stable C and more importantly C++ base including the LSB standards.
>
> Alan

Ok, thanks Alan, we'll use it, Yura, write something resembling or equal to
this, test it, and check it into our CVS branch.

Hans
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