FreeBSD Port: subversion-1.1.3
FreeBSD at LogicX.us
Thu Apr 7 18:37:11 PDT 2005
what specifically should I avoid? and/or is there a different GCC I
should be using?
I've had no problem compiling all the other ports I use (239) with the
-Os -pipe and CPUTYPE=p4
the only one I can tell so far that had a problem was subversion
David Xu wrote:
> There is rumor that that GCC can not generate useful P4 code, better
> to avoid it at the present.
> David Xu
> Mike Schroll wrote:
>> Subversion 1.1.4 is out, and I'm curious if it fixes this issue that
>> I submitted to the subversion devel mailing list:
>> Configuring Subversion on a new i386 FreeBSD 5.3-RELEASE box I decided
>> to turn on the following optimizations in make.conf:
>> CFLAGS= -Os -pipe
>> gcc (GCC) 3.4.2 [FreeBSD] 20040728
>> While compiling the subversion port subversion-1.1.3 with these flags,
>> compilation succeeds w/o error, however errors occur during execution.
>> While using TortoiseSVN on windows, and doing an svn+ssh checkout I
>> consistently get 'svn: Malformed network data' errors at a point, and am
>> unable to further the checkout process on repeated attempts.
>> I've found the only way to resolve this issue was by recompiling
>> subversion with the following:
>> CFLAGS= -O -pipe
>> This information may be handy for anyone else getting this nondescript
>> error from subversion. I'm not knowledgeable enough in debugging to try
>> to tackle where the problem might be. I encourage anyone else to try to
>> duplicate this issue. I get the same issue when doing -O2.
>> from IRC: OneOfOne <irc://irc.freenode.net/OneOfOne,isnick>
>> -march=pentium4 -mtune=pentium4 -O2 -ftracer -pipe -fomit-frame-pointer
>> -mfpmath=sse -ffast-math -funit-at-a-time << my cflags (gcc
>> In some quick, informal testing, no errors are apparant.
>> This may lead to being a FreeBSD issue, or perhaps just my particular
>> -Mike Schroll
>> Applied Networking System Administration Major
>> Rochester Institute of Technology
>> Rochester, NY
>> Information Sciences and Technology Major
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