It sounded to me the old value would be around 41 or so, and the
motivation to increase was a need to have it only slightly bigger?
Meanwhile, the Qt patch is about freeing "2 more bits" so maybe 46 or 47
would work too, unless 48 is the magical "good" value that is wanted to
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QML segfault on arm64 due to builder kernel change
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Builders were changed from wily to xenial (4.4) kernel for arm64, and
likely due to this the following kind of errors started happening:
They happen when executing QML code.
I've ruled out that reverting to previous qtbase and qtdeclarative
versions don't affect this, so it's not coming from a Qt change. I've
also verified there's no problem eg on our Bq tablet running the same
tests on xenial+overlay. There are currently no found changes at least
in Qt upstream to backport arm64 related fixes.
Cause is unknown. But the same problem is there on vivid, xenial and yakkety
This means it does not matter if it's Qt 5.4 or 5.6, GCC 4.9, 5 or 6,
or glibc 2.21, 2.23 or 2.24.
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