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Old 05-22-2010, 10:45 AM
Allan McRae
 
Default glibc-2.12 toolchain build

Hi,

Glibc-2.12 toolchain rebuild. Fedora has been running something like
the glibc-2.12 release for the last few weeks so as always it should be
nice and safe.


linux-api-headers-2.6.34-1
- update
- fix license

glibc-2.12-1
- update
- clean up old stuff from install file

binutils-2.20.1-3
- new cvs snapshot

gcc-4.5.0-3
- just a rebuild

valgrind
- rebuild for glibc-2.12
- patched for glibc-2.12 and future 2.12.x versions
- build fix patch

Signoff both,
Allan
 
Old 05-27-2010, 02:55 PM
Jan de Groot
 
Default glibc-2.12 toolchain build

On Sat, 2010-05-22 at 20:45 +1000, Allan McRae wrote:
> Hi,
>
> Glibc-2.12 toolchain rebuild. Fedora has been running something like
> the glibc-2.12 release for the last few weeks so as always it should be
> nice and safe.
>
> linux-api-headers-2.6.34-1
> - update
> - fix license
>
> glibc-2.12-1
> - update
> - clean up old stuff from install file
>
> binutils-2.20.1-3
> - new cvs snapshot
>
> gcc-4.5.0-3
> - just a rebuild
>
> valgrind
> - rebuild for glibc-2.12
> - patched for glibc-2.12 and future 2.12.x versions
> - build fix patch
>
> Signoff both,
> Allan

Signoff both. Didn't test valgrind, but building a full xorg-server
stack on top of testing with this new toolchain should give proof that
this toolchain works fine.
Does gdb still work with this version of glibc btw, or does it need a
rebuild just like valgrind?
 
Old 05-27-2010, 02:56 PM
Dan McGee
 
Default glibc-2.12 toolchain build

On Thu, May 27, 2010 at 9:55 AM, Jan de Groot <jan@jgc.homeip.net> wrote:
> On Sat, 2010-05-22 at 20:45 +1000, Allan McRae wrote:
>> Hi,
>>
>> Glibc-2.12 toolchain rebuild. *Fedora has been running something like
>> the glibc-2.12 release for the last few weeks so as always it should be
>> nice and safe.
>>
>> linux-api-headers-2.6.34-1
>> * - update
>> * - fix license
>>
>> glibc-2.12-1
>> * - update
>> * - clean up old stuff from install file
>>
>> binutils-2.20.1-3
>> * - new cvs snapshot
>>
>> gcc-4.5.0-3
>> * - just a rebuild
>>
>> valgrind
>> * - rebuild for glibc-2.12
>> * - patched for glibc-2.12 and future 2.12.x versions
>> * - build fix patch
>>
>> Signoff both,
>> Allan
>
> Signoff both. Didn't test valgrind, but building a full xorg-server
> stack on top of testing with this new toolchain should give proof that
> this toolchain works fine.
> Does gdb still work with this version of glibc btw, or does it need a
> rebuild just like valgrind?

I'm feeling pretty comfortable with everything so far as well on both
architectures, haven't encountered any huge fallout. So signoff from
me for both.

-Dan
 
Old 05-27-2010, 03:03 PM
Allan McRae
 
Default glibc-2.12 toolchain build

On 28/05/10 00:55, Jan de Groot wrote:

On Sat, 2010-05-22 at 20:45 +1000, Allan McRae wrote:

Hi,

Glibc-2.12 toolchain rebuild. Fedora has been running something like
the glibc-2.12 release for the last few weeks so as always it should be
nice and safe.

linux-api-headers-2.6.34-1
- update
- fix license

glibc-2.12-1
- update
- clean up old stuff from install file

binutils-2.20.1-3
- new cvs snapshot

gcc-4.5.0-3
- just a rebuild

valgrind
- rebuild for glibc-2.12
- patched for glibc-2.12 and future 2.12.x versions
- build fix patch

Signoff both,
Allan


Signoff both. Didn't test valgrind, but building a full xorg-server
stack on top of testing with this new toolchain should give proof that
this toolchain works fine.
Does gdb still work with this version of glibc btw, or does it need a
rebuild just like valgrind?



I think gdb is fine... but I have not used it extensively. I'd
appreciate reports from anyone who has extensively used gdb and valgrind
with the new glibc.


Allan
 

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