On Mon, Jul 06, 1998 at 01:38:30PM -0400, Mike Shaver wrote:
> email@example.com wrote:
> > Now that I've taken myself two minutes to browse your attached sources -
> > the patches to the NSPR thread routines look suspicious. The are
> > playing games with the frame pointer which at least on the first look
> > don't make sense as gcc automatically enables -fomit-frame-pointer when
> > optimizing.
> Turns out it's there only to save the FP so that you can use gdb to look
> at the NSPR thread stacks during debugging. So, the fact that gcc
> removes it when building optimized isn't a problem.
> For the record, NSPR threads aren't clone() threads; they're
> setjmp/longjmp things.
Usless effort, on MIPS debugging works without having a frame pointer.