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g++ seems to be broken

From: Robin Carey <robin.carey1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 27 Jul 2009 08:31:28 +0100

Dear DragonFlyBSD Bugs,
Matt Dillon recently upgraded leaf.dragonflybsd.org to 2.3.2-DEVELOPMENT DragonFlyBSD, and I believe he also upgraded the hardware aswell.
I have run into a problem with g++. I've put quite a bit of effort into tracking this problem down. At first I thought OpenSSL was broken. But then after putting a bit more effort into it, I discovered it's not OpenSSL that's broken. It's g++ that's broken.
Matt told me the compiler tools have not changed, and Avalon.dragonflybsd.org and Leaf.dragonflybsd.org report they have the same version of g++.
But for some reason the g++ on Leaf.dragonflybsd.org is not working correctly. When I compile Caesarion-v12 on LEAF, I get a Floating Point Exception in secret-public-key mode, and when I'm running C12 in normal mode, I got (through debugging) incorrect data being generated during program execution.
Note: C12 works fine on Avalon, and it was working fine on Leaf up until this upgrade of O/S+Hardware occurred. Also, I have tested C12 on different operating systems and the program has been honed to perfection over a long period of time. To the best of my knowledge there are no bugs in C12.
You can get Caesarion-v12/C12 from:
or on leaf.dragonflybsd.org , the path to it is:


Robin Carey

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