Re: [Gc] Re: Boehm update in GCC
ivmai at mail.ru
Fri May 6 23:35:17 PDT 2011
Yes... See for details: https://article.gmane.org/gmane.comp.programming.garbage-collection.boehmgc/4498/
Sat, 07 May 2011 10:13:42 +0800 JonY <jon_y at users.sourceforge.net>:
> On 4/3/2011 15:38, Kai Tietz wrote:
> > 2011/4/3 Ivan Maidanski <ivmai at mail.ru>:
> >> Hi,
> >> Sun, 3 Apr 2011 08:46:30 +0200 Kai Tietz <ktietz70 at googlemail.com>:
> >>> Sorry, to hear that the patches done on gcc's svn for boehm-gc are
> >>> useless for you.
> >> I apologies I really meant "such big patch against an ancient version is
> not practically usable here" instead of just "useless".
> > ok, thanks for the clarification.
> >>> Gcc based on boehm-gc 6.6 and did some extensions to
> >>> it, which maybe are on boehm-gc's trunk, or might be not. This is an
> >>> answer only you can really provide.
> >> Both are correct. The major extension is ability to suspend/reasume (used
> in GCJ to implement the anticipated Thread.suspend/resume methods). This and
> other minor changes (like a change in GC_finalize_all) are discussed in
> >>> That gcc folk doesn't use bare
> >>> boehm-gc 6.6 is obviously caused by the fact that it had major issues
> >>> and so needed some fixing.
> >> Let's separate bug fixing (they do it on their side and we do the same on
> our side) from enhancing GC API.
> > Well, I can post the differences in smaller pieces, if you prefer.
> >>> To update to 6.8 doesn't help, as AFAIK is x64 windows target not
> >>> supported. So I have no interest to update to a version, which doesn't
> >>> help me at all.
> >> I meant compare gcc/boehm-gc with v6.8 just to get API enhancement details
> (no more).
> > Well, I can try. But I think it is easier for checking the differences
> > directly to 7.2 version. AFAICS are just a few changes of interest.
> > The testsuite thing is for sure nothing as is for boehm-gc's cvs, as
> > it depends on gcc's internal configure stuff.
> >>> I use locally for me an unmodified 7.2 (alpha 5), but it is important
> >>> that not just I have this.
> >> Cool!!! You have integrated v7.2a5 with GCC. Congratulations!
> >> Then what are we talking about?
> > Well, I just test windows target stuff, but most patches done on gcc's
> > side are concerning the following points: GD/UX, Solaris,
> > mips-sgi-irix6, Darwin, some test-suite adjustments, THREAD usage
> > changes, Cygwin and dynamic registration, mips64-linux n64 ABI, and
> > some Mafile/Configure adjustments, etc.
> is this still ongoing?
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