Alignment fixups for gethostbyname_r
michael at talamasca.ocis.net
Sun Jan 6 09:35:11 UTC 2008
Mike Frysinger wrote:
> the nice thing about alignment tests are they're easy to write ... the bad
> thing is that not everyone has native alignment requirements, so it'll pass
> fine on the common systems (x86/x86_64), warn on the semi-common (arm/hppa)
> (and no one will notice), and only fail on the uncommon (Blackfin).
Actually, there's an obscure flag bit that puts an IA-32 processor in a mode
where it is fascist about alignment. So it should be possible to derive a
special uClibc build which operates with the flag set, and will fault if
there are alignment issues.
---- Michael Deutschmann <michael at talamasca.ocis.net>
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