Bug #1450: Illumos should be buildable with GCC4
i86 cpr and gcc4 don't get along
cpr on x86 does some fairly weird things (copying function text, most notably), to facilitate the transition back out of real mode on resume (as I understand it).
In doing so, it casts between pointers and possibly smaller sized integers (if 64bit). We need to fix that, because the better support for -Wpointer-to-int-cast in GCC4 now notices it.
Updated by Rich Lowe over 8 years ago
- Status changed from New to Resolved
- % Done changed from 50 to 100
Resolved in r13543 commit:33634a52a6c1
Note that this fixes compilation, and brings cpr to the same state as gcc 3.4, this state is not the same state as "working", it in fact tries to explicitly not work, and botches even that.
A followup change will disable CPR in gcc builds (I can't fix it, it doesn't work for me regardless, though I could probably do the easy cut/paste/fix transform on the existing code, if someone wanted to do the rest).