Good call. Thanks everyone, that did it. now if i could just get my cross
compiled gcc 3.1 to realize that crti.o exists and should be linked in with
On Tue, 22 May 2001, Florian Lohoff wrote:
> On Mon, May 21, 2001 at 04:23:52PM -0700, Jun Sun wrote:
> > The patch seems to be just a fast implementation of sysmips(). Why would it
> > solve an otherwise illegal instruction problem?
> > George, what was exactly the error and the faulty instruction?
> Wrong - Its not only a "fast" path sysmips. It solves the illegal instruction
> case as it carefully doesnt touch registers it should not touch.
> The sysmips illegal instruction stuff came from the early exit
> needed to skip the -EXXXX case in the scall32.S which did not
> restore the modified registers. This needed fixing and there was
> no clean way of doing this in C thus i wrote an asm sysmips/MIPS_ATOMIC_SET
> and called it "fast_sysmips" which itself would go into the old
> sysmips function when not MIPS_ATOMIC_SET.