On Wed, 26 Feb 2003 13:06:54 +0100
Jens Rehsack <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> Dag-Erling Smorgrav wrote:
> > It seems that with -O2 on ia32 (-march=k6-2 in my case), gcc will in
> > some cases generate short jumps to targets too far away for the offset
> > to fit in a single byte.  A surefire way to reproduce this is to build
> > Mesa (or XFree86-4-libraries, which includes parts of Mesa).
> > 
> > Has anybody else run into this?
> > 
> I build world and ports on desktop machines usually using -O2 and never 
> got any problems, except with lang/ezm3. If you tell me, where you've 
> find the problems, I'll tell my gcc to keep the temporaries and check 
> them after a make build.

you need to add "-fno-schedule-insns2" to your CFLAGS to compile ezm3 with

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