From: Peter Dimov (pdimov_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-02-06 17:28:10
Jerry Lawson wrote:
>> Sounds like a gcc bug. Which versions of gcc have you tried?
> I have gcc 4.1.1 on a solaris10 sparv9 machine (64 bit).
Can you please try reporting it on the GCC Bugzilla?
> I'm not sure how one would go about using 32-bit pointers on a 64-bit
> machine. Is that a gcc option or a hardwired thing in the processor?
I've only seen this odd memory model on some HP IA64 boxes. It probably
won't be a problem for SPARC, so your proposed fix is a viable option.
Another alternative is to take advantage of the __sync intrinsics for GCC
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