On Saturday 19 October 2002 06:20 am, Mark Kettenis wrote:
> Therefore, I don't think we should "contaminate" our source with
> backwards compatibility hacks.
I agree, lets get the kernel and gdb to match up as soon as possible.
When do you think GDB get these 2 changes (section ID for extended floating
point sections and that namesz == 5 test) in?
< snip >
> In the light of the discussion above, I don't think Ingo's patch
> should change NT_FPXREG/NT_PRFPXREG from 20 to 0x46e62b7f (and the
> name shouldn't be changed either I think). We should change it in
> GDB/BFD instead from 0x46e62b7f. The value 20 is already publically
> available in the current kernel headers and glibc headers. What are
> your feelings about that, Ingo?
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