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|#232||Fixed||"-M" option broken with "-hisuf prof.hi"||simonmar||fergus|
The "-M" option doesn't work if you try to use it in combination with the "-hisuf" option where (as suggested in the documentation) the "-hisuf" option value ends in ".hi". For example, ghc -M -hisuf bar.hi Main.hs will result in a Makefile which contains dependencies of the form # DO NOT DELETE: Beginning of Haskell dependencies Main.o : Main.hs Main.o : ./Bar.bar.bar.hi # DO NOT DELETE: End of Haskell dependencies Notice that the suffix used in the Makefile is ".bar.bar.hi". It should be ".bar.hi". Here's the example sources that I used to reproduce the problem. $ cat Main.hs import Bar main = Bar.main $ cat Bar.hs main = return ()
|#2981||fixed||".space" directive not recognised by solaris assembler||benl||duncan|
The Solaris assembler (/usr/ccs/bin/as) does not recognise the .space directive. Presumably the GNU assembler does.
/usr/ccs/bin/as: "test.s", line 484: error: unknown opcode ".space" /usr/ccs/bin/as: "test.s", line 484: error: statement syntax
It happens building ghc head on sparc solaris with the NCG turned on. However the pretty-printing code:
pprData (CmmUninitialised bytes) = ptext (sLit ".space ") <> int bytes
does not look like it's in a section that is specific to sparc or solaris. So presumably the same issue applies on Solaris on x86 systems when using the system gcc and assembler rather than GNU as.
|#2704||fixed||"403 Forbidden" on recent 6.10.0 snapshot tarballs||ingmar|