On Tue, 2018-02-13 at 11:56 +0100, FX wrote: > Hi David, hi GCC team, > > What is the current status of JIT in GCC ? It does not currently work > on macOS, with a bug in libgccjit.so linkage. We can work around it > with a hack of the Make-lang.in (https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Ho > mebrew/formula- > patches/e9e0ee09389a54cc4c8fe1c24ebca3cd765ed0ba/gcc/6.1.0-jit.patch) > but it seems to me that a proper solution would be use --version- > script only conditional, with a check for symver support, and check > whether -soname or -install_name should be passed to create the > shared library. > > Homebrew (https://brew.sh) has been patching JIT support since GCC 6, > and I’m considering simply dropping support for it when GCC 8 comes. > Is there a chance I can this issue being fixed, or should I simply > drop it?
I'd like to fix it, but I don't have access to a MacOS box. Is there a machine I can SSH into in the GCC compile farm, or similar public resource?