[Gtkradiant] r486 - GtkRadiant/trunk
lordhavoc at ghdigital.com
Mon Apr 25 01:37:44 CDT 2011
Oh and I should mention that man gcc shows the collection of flags represented by -O2, we probably only need to blacklist one of them...
Disabling optimizations is very much the wrong solution in my opinion, especially if it may not even be an optimizer bug (we may just need -fno-strict-aliasing for instance, from my recollection
q3map2 might have some aliasing in it).
On 04/24/2011 11:25 PM, Forest Hale wrote:
> Can I recommend checking the gcc -v and comparing if it matches the exact broken one? Removing optimizations on all platforms is a pretty lame workaround from a user perspective.
> On 04/23/2011 03:23 PM, svn-noreply at zerowing.idsoftware.com wrote:
>> Author: rambetter
>> Date: Sat Apr 23 17:23:31 2011
>> New Revision: 486
>> Removing optimization GCC flags because q3map2 crashes on Ubuntu 10.10 32 bit,
>> ever since certain updates in that distribution. This fixes the q3map2 crash,
>> but no more optimizations.
>> Modified: GtkRadiant/trunk/config.py
>> Url: http://zerowing.idsoftware.com/viewcvs/radiant/GtkRadiant/trunk/config.py?view=diff&rev=486&p1=GtkRadiant/trunk/config.py&r1=485&p2=GtkRadiant/trunk/config.py&r2=486
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