HotSpot is can only be compiled by a compiler after the 3.0 series.
I'm using gcc 3.1.
The -current system gcc 3.1. And that gcc is broken... The port gcc31
seems to be ok.
Yes, I'm still trying to track down the optimization bug in gcc 3.1.
Maybe you should use the port gcc31 until all -current gcc problems have
been resolved. Following the discussions at current@ the system gcc
seems to be FUBAR.
There's a lot of funny stack manipulation things that HotSpot does
when using the JVM itself as a library (yes, that's correct believe
it or not) so stack integrity is critical.
This seems to be rather strange. :-)
Heh, I hope to have the problem nailed by the end of this week and
my most recently changes commited to our CVS.
Cool! I can hardly wait to get -p7. :-)
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