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- From: Christopher Faylor <cgf at redhat dot com>
- To: cygwin-apps at cygwin dot com
- Date: Thu, 4 Jul 2002 15:29:37 -0400
- Subject: Re: vmstat
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On Thu, Jul 04, 2002 at 02:00:06PM -0400, Nicholas Wourms wrote:
>Chris January wrote:
>>>I suspect that this must have something to do with binutils. I changed
>>>the alignments at David Billinghurst's suggestion to accommodate java.
>>>If this is causing problems, however, I'll change them back.
>>That's what I was referring to.
>Is it possible for you to work around this? I believe the alignment
>change is necessary for a working libgcj/gcj suite. It would be nice
>to have both working properly...
Yes, I agree. On thinking about this, it seems like the header files are
probably in error if they are sensitive to this.
For the record. I changed this:
#define COFF_DEFAULT_SECTION_ALIGNMENT_POWER (2)
#define COFF_DEFAULT_SECTION_ALIGNMENT_POWER (4)
but I confess that I didn't give much thought to what it did. I thought
it just changed the alignment of sections rather than the alignment
Now that I think of it, the way I did things would change this only
for native compilers, not cross compilers. That's not right.
Maybe this explains the gcc errors that I've been seeing.