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Re: your stabsread patch
I am going to stop trying to review patches when I don't have time to
look at them properly. You're quite correct. The situation is
somewhat suboptimal, as static methods will now 'always' be marked
stubbed in v3; but we'll return to that if/when GCC fixes debug output.
No further objection; I'm not sure I can approve C++-specific patches to
On Wed, Feb 27, 2002 at 10:05:26PM +0100, Peter.Schauer wrote:
> But my patch still sets the is_stub flag in this case, as the full physname
> (which is output by gcc3) does not match the main_fn_name.
> And together with the last gdb_mangle_name patch, check_stub_method will
> do the right thing with v3/stabs.
> Or am I missing something else ?
> > ...is not correct.
> > Look at the debug output for a v3/stabs static method. Note that the
> > method is in fact stubbed! The physname is all there (which will be
> > handled in gdb_mangle_name after your last patch) and the return type
> > is there, but the arguments are missing.
> > Feel free to argue that this is GCC's bug instead of ours. I think
> > both should be fixed.
> > [I would have replied, but I have technical difficulties with my mail
> > right now.]
> > --
> > Daniel Jacobowitz Carnegie Mellon University
> > MontaVista Software Debian GNU/Linux Developer
> Peter Schauer firstname.lastname@example.org
Daniel Jacobowitz Carnegie Mellon University
MontaVista Software Debian GNU/Linux Developer