Diving into Gcc: OpenBSD and m88k
Publish Date: Oct. 2, 2003
Until recently OpenBSD's m88k port used an aging version of the GNU C Compiler, gcc. When an upgrade prevented the port from even compiling, the compiler had to be fixed. How do you track down errors in a compiler, where processor-specific optimizations rule and the debugger doesn't work?
Miod Vallat explains the detective work required to fix gcc for OpenBSD's m88k port.
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