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Re: [Regression/Android] Commit e7fb52b3 causes segfault on 32-bit platf

From: Tom Yan
Subject: Re: [Regression/Android] Commit e7fb52b3 causes segfault on 32-bit platforms
Date: Wed, 4 Jul 2018 10:52:16 +0800

I don't think most (if not all) reporters can provide the exact
version of bionic they are on, though you are welcome to ask on the
github issue I linked. Quite a few reporters were with 32-bit Android
7.1.1 I think.

I myself am with 64-bit Android 8.0.0 (Not an AOSP build but a Sony
stock ROM). I can also reproduce the issue if I set up a 32-bit prefix
(which makes use of the 32-bit /system/lib).
On Wed, 4 Jul 2018 at 10:18, Bruno Haible <address@hidden> wrote:
> Tom Yan wrote:
> > http://git.savannah.gnu.org/gitweb/?p=gnulib.git;a=blobdiff;f=lib/stdio-impl.h;h=393ef0cf58d013ec18cfcbb2ee120c4d1df7e028;hp=7a0ac4d50b70c5ad3d3b63d7f3274ba5d6df43a3;hb=e7fb52b3a5ddffe1bba848e4966159868b6951f0;hpb=be18f9170e1989b601a08aada31438cca87cffdd
> >
> > The definition of fp_ is causing segfault on arm/i686 and doesn't seem
> > necessary on aarch64/x86_64 as expected either (as of Android 8.0).
> 1) What version of Bionic does this version of Android use?
>    I need a tag for https://android.googlesource.com/platform/bionic.git/
>    or at least an approximation.
> 2) What is the highest version of Android for which it does not crash?
> Bruno

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