[Gc] Exported symbols in 7.1 missing from 7.2

Christoph Egger christoph at debian.org
Sat Mar 2 12:35:32 PST 2013


Hi all!

  I noticed libgc 7.2 kept the SONAME at .1 but didn't keep the binary
interface (there are several public/exported symbols missing in 7.2):

+#MISSING: 7.2d# GC_acquire_mark_lock at Base 7.1
+#MISSING: 7.2d# GC_add_leaked at Base 7.1
+#MISSING: 7.2d# GC_block_count at Base 7.1
+#MISSING: 7.2d# GC_bytes_allocd_at_reset at Base 7.1
+#MISSING: 7.2d# GC_debug_free_inner at Base 7.1
+#MISSING: 7.2d# GC_disable_signals at Base 7.1
+#MISSING: 7.2d# GC_do_nothing at Base 7.1
+#MISSING: 7.2d# GC_enable_signals at Base 7.1
+#MISSING: 7.2d# GC_enclosing_mapping at Base 7.1
+#MISSING: 7.2d# GC_err_write at Base 7.1
+#MISSING: 7.2d# GC_finalization_failures at Base 7.1
+#MISSING: 7.2d# GC_fl_builder_count at Base 7.1
+#MISSING: 7.2d# GC_freehblk_ptr at Base 7.1
+#MISSING: 7.2d# GC_hdr_cache_hits at Base 7.1
+#MISSING: 7.2d# GC_hdr_cache_misses at Base 7.1
+#MISSING: 7.2d# GC_high_water at Base 7.1
+#MISSING: 7.2d# GC_init_inner at Base 7.1
+#MISSING: 7.2d# GC_is_static_root at Base 7.1
+#MISSING: 7.2d# GC_linux_stack_base at Base 7.1
+#MISSING: 7.2d# GC_min_sp at Base 7.1
+#MISSING: 7.2d# GC_notify_all_builder at Base 7.1
+#MISSING: 7.2d# GC_notify_full_gc at Base 7.1
+#MISSING: 7.2d# GC_on_stack at Base 7.1
+#MISSING: 7.2d# GC_page_was_ever_dirty at Base 7.1
+#MISSING: 7.2d# GC_print_source_ptr at Base 7.1
+#MISSING: 7.2d# GC_project2 at Base 7.1
+#MISSING: 7.2d# GC_push_regs at Base 7.1
+#MISSING: 7.2d# GC_release_mark_lock at Base 7.1
+#MISSING: 7.2d# GC_spin_count at Base 7.1
+#MISSING: 7.2d# GC_stack_last_cleared at Base 7.1
+#MISSING: 7.2d# GC_stopping_pid at Base 7.1
+#MISSING: 7.2d# GC_stopping_thread at Base 7.1
+#MISSING: 7.2d# GC_unlocked_count at Base 7.1
+#MISSING: 7.2d# GC_wait_builder at Base 7.1
+#MISSING: 7.2d# GC_wait_for_reclaim at Base 7.1
+#MISSING: 7.2d# free_list_index_of at Base 7.1

  Where did these symbols go? If they were removed on purpose why was
the SONAME not incremented?

Regards

    Christoph


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