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Re: Red Hat g++ packaging question

?> Most likely your RAM is faulty. Run a memory tester.

The random errors were a memory issue.

I'm still wondering if...

PS> I have code that suffered from the following GCC
PS> bug reports...

PS> 1. A problem with floating point calculations,
PS> that caused repeatable crashing one of my apps:
PS> http://gcc.gnu.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=38045
PS> I can work around it by adding this compiler
PS> option: -fno-if-conversion or by randomly changing
PS> other lines of code.
PS> 2. A problem with "code reordering" that messed
PS> up glibc which affected threading code found in
PS> wxWidgets wxThread class:
PS> I worked around it by using joinable threads
PS> instead of detached threads.

the 4.3.3 fixed to these problems have been backported to Fedora's gcc-c++-4.3.2-7 on Fedora 10?


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