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Re: [PATCH] Fix linespec.c vs padding on 32bit targets
On Fri, 2011-12-09 at 07:40 -0800, Tom Tromey wrote:
> >>>>> "Andrew" == Andrew Pinski <email@example.com> writes:
> Andrew> The problem here is there is padding in address_entry so
> Andrew> iterative_hash_object on the full object cannot be done as the padding
> Andrew> would be some junk. This causes lots of gdb failures on
> Andrew> mips64-linux-gnu.
> Thanks Andrew.
> Andrew> OK? Tested on mips64-linux-gnu.
> One tiny nit, see below.
> Andrew> PS I don't have write access for gdb.
> If you have write access to binutils then you do.
> If you still don't, let me know and I will commit it.
> Andrew> + hashval_t hash;
> Andrew> + hash = iterative_hash_object (aep->pspace, 0);
> Andrew> + return iterative_hash_object (aep->addr, hash);
> The gdb style puts a blank line between declarations and code.
> Ok with that change.
Thanks I committed the patch.