Have there been any problems with Wine on GCC 4.7?
scott at open-vote.org
Sun Aug 12 15:55:42 CDT 2012
On 08/12/2012 01:08 AM, Eric Pouech wrote:
> Le 24/07/2012 04:06, Scott Ritchie a écrit :
>> Wine is the last remaining package still depending on GCC 4.5 in the
>> current Ubuntu alpha, it would be nice to drop GCC 4.5 and forward port
>> Wine, however 4.6 is known to not work too well.
>> But now we have 4.7 -- have there been any bugs attributed to its usage?
>> Scott Ritchie
> afaik, gcc 4.7 enables by default dwarf4 as its default debug format,
> whilst wine (dbghelp) only supports dwarf2
> it generates a lot of conbursome backtraces in winegdb
> I've started to add dwarf4 support to wine, but don't hold your breath
> (it's going to be hard and tedious afaict and will require quite a few
> changes to dbghelp for correctness)
> (and I have little time right now <g>)
> BTW : fedora 17 ships with gcc 4.7
In the meantime, I suppose I could enable the -gdwarf-2 compiler option.
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