On Sep 15, 2005, at 8:17 PM, Ferris McCormick wrote:
> On Thu, 15 Sep 2005, Ferris McCormick wrote:
>> On Thu, 2005-09-15 at 15:26 -0500, Brian Barrett wrote:
>>> Gah... The #if 0 and missing header are my bad - I'll fix those
>>> tonight. can you rerun the compiler on the file that errors out, but
>>> with the -S option to get the assembly file? It would be useful to
>>> know what is on lines 61, 195, and 292.
>> Yes, I can. I tried compiling a dummy program with just the time.h
>> val = opal_sys_timer_get_cycles();
>> At first glance, it looks like
>> mov %tick, %o4
>> is generating the error. I've been fighting other things all day, so
>> can't provide much more than that right now. I'll verify with the
>> actual failure tomorrow, if the problem persists. (I am using the svn
>> pull right now.)
> A little experimentation suggests that instead of "mov %tick, ..." we
> "rd %tick,%o4". I'll verify tomorrow when I am on a system with a
> on it, but at least "rd %tick,o4" assembles properly but "mov
> gives an error.
Yeah, ok, that makes sense. Damn Solaris for letting me be lazy ;).
Let me know if that works and I'll commit the change. I already
committed the fixes so that the type wouldn't be #if 0'ed and the
header would be in the dist tarball.