Fix for compiling 0.9.2 via RPM
cova at felix.unife.it
Thu Jan 21 21:11:34 CET 1999
On Thu, Jan 21, 1999 at 01:23:25AM -0600, James H. Cloos Jr. wrote:
> RPM adds an extra -O2 flag, so this small patch is required if you are
> using a version of gcc which goes into an infinite loop compiling
> twofish.c w/ optimization:
I've noticed this... this happens only with last version of twofish.c,
yesterday I've build gnupg from latest CVS and all went fine.
rpm adds platform specific options, as stated in /usr/lib/rpmrc.
Can this considered a bug of gcc? (at least of egcs 1.0.2)
I can remove the use of platform specific compilations flag in spec
file, if this can cause problems.
(I'm courious to discover the change in twofish.c that causes this
Fabio Coatti http://felix.unife.it/~cova
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