[Gtkradiant] r486 - GtkRadiant/trunk
ttimo at ttimo.net
Mon Apr 25 12:28:40 CDT 2011
Yep agreed, that doesn't sound like a good solution at all.
On Mon, Apr 25, 2011 at 1:37 AM, Forest Hale <lordhavoc at ghdigital.com> wrote:
> 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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