Torsten Bonde Christiansen
torsten at bondechristiansen.dk
Wed Jan 16 08:58:28 CET 2008
Torbjorn Granlund wrote:
> Torsten Bonde Christiansen <torsten at bondechristiansen.dk> writes:
> It does pass -pg to the compiler during build (and linking) so the
> configure script does what it's supposed to do.
> Good configure!
It is... :)
> This is testes with exactly the same settings on three different linux
> systems. A gentoo installation (64 bit), an ubuntu 7.4 (64 bit) and
> ubuntu 7.10 (32 bit).
> None of these systems are able to give me any profiling information.
> Any at all?
I do get profiling output from the rest of my program. But any
information regarding mpz_ function is omitted.
> I'm not stating that i'm convinced i'm right, merely i just can't seem
> to figure out where i could be wrong...
> If you add a dummy function foo() and call it at the beginning of
> main(), does it show up as called once? If not, well, I am sad to say
> it, but then GMP is even more likely totally innocent. GCC, ld, your
> library, your kernel, or yourself are to blame. :-)
Adding function foo() does indeed show up as being called once in the
program. Details listed here:
> (Now that GMP is used by GCC 4.3, my diatribes about GCC bugs might
> backfire. A bug in GMP might cause GCC to miscompile things, e.g.,
And ldd a.out shows:
mcbain at bellini:~/tmp$ ldd a.out
libgmp.so.3 => /usr/local/lib/libgmp.so.3 (0x00002b528fcd3000)
libc.so.6 => /lib/libc.so.6 (0x00002b528ff22000)
Still no clue to whats wrong.
Torsten Bonde Christiansen.
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