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SubjectRe: gcc bug causing problem in kernel builds
On Thu, Aug 23, 2001 at 03:40:09PM -0400, Paul Clements wrote:
> Does anyone know if the structure misalignment problem in gcc 2.96 is a
> known issue? (could this bug be induced by a RedHat-applied gcc patch,
> if there are any)

There are some patches applied (something like ~350 patches), but as
gcc 3.0.1 and gcc CVS head behave the same way as gcc-2.96-RH, it is not RH
specific.
Looking into it.

Jakub
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