Torbjorn Granlund tege at
Sun Dec 4 11:44:34 CET 2005

FX Coudert <fxcoudert at> writes:

  > There is some support for ia64-hpux, but it was broken last time
  > I tried it.  (Presumably this is yet another HP compiler bug;
  There's a point here I don't get. I didn't try only with the HP 
  compiler, but with gcc-3.4.4 and gcc-4.0.2 too (and with both the HP 
  assembler and the GNU assembler). I don't think that these two 
  completely different compilation toolchains are broken in the same way.
The point is:

We've made the development sources work for ia64-hpux at some

Now it doesn't work.

I don't know if we've broken it somehow, or (more likely) a bug
in the HP compiler.

But GMP 4.1.4 cannot be expected to work with any compiler.

   > I don't have any plans to isolate it and work around it.)
  > We don't make development snapshots public.  Sorry.
  This leads to the obvious question: do you accept patches? If I (or 
  someone else working on gcc and interested in getting gfortran run on 
  ia64-hpux) is willing to isolate and correct the issue, would you 
  include it into the source?

The configure system in the development sources is completely
rewritten, so patches for 4.1.4 will not apply there.

If you have a solution to make gmp 4.1.4 work for this platform,
I could publish it at the gmp website.


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