Ada support on gcc-6 broken again
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Fri May 27 14:08:52 UTC 2016
Am 2016-05-27 14:44, schrieb Joel Sherrill:
> On May 27, 2016 7:17 AM, "Jan Sommer" <soja-lists at aries.uberspace.de>
>> building the current tools (gcc-6) from master with Ada support fails.
>> I will try to post the patch for that to gcc over the weekend (@Joel I
> hope you don't mind me putting you CC for that).
> Please.cc me on it.
>> However as gcc-6.1 was just released a month ago, I guess it won't be
> part of an official gcc-release anytime soon.
> Is this a patch that impacts just RTEMS specific file(s)? Only this
Yes it's just changing a couple of lines in s-osinte-rtems.ads.
I haven't tried it with gcc-5 because RSB uses gcc-6 by default, but I
could submit a patch for it too as it won't break anything.
> It probably should have a gcc ticket.
>> Could we keep the fix as a patch until the gcc-version of the RSB
> includes it natively?
> I don't think the RSB builds Ada unless Chris slipped one by me. So it
> doesn't matter unless it impacts other languages.
That's how I build the Ada compiler atm.
First the standard toolchain, then rtems, then toolchain with --with-ada
> But Ada likely does build now with just newlib and not needing RTEMS so
> adding it to the RSB for the targets it builds ob would be good.
For the current RSB-config rtems is still necessary, but if that changes
with the next library upgrade that would be nice.
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