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Re: [Libunwind-devel] Question about supporting range stated in README f
Re: [Libunwind-devel] Question about supporting range stated in README file
Tue, 9 Jul 2019 10:02:34 +0800
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Could someone help to confirm whether ppc32 is considered supported or
not by libunwind?
On 07/05/2019 10:45 AM, ChenQi wrote:
Could someone help to give me some information about the supporting
range of libunwind?
The README file states as below.
Linux/x86-64: Works well.
Linux/x86: Works well.
Linux/ARM: Works well.
Linux/IA-64: Works well.
Linux/PARISC: Works well, but C library missing unwind-info.
HP-UX/IA-64: Mostly works but known to have some serious limitations.
MIPS: Newly added.
Linux/AArch64: Works well.
Linux/PPC64: Newly added.
Linux/SuperH: Newly added.
FreeBSD/i386: Works well.
FreeBSD/x86-64: Newly added (FreeBSD architecture is known as amd64).
Linux/Tilegx: Newly added (64-bit mode only).
What's the difference between 'Newly added' and 'Works well'?
ppc32 is not listed above, but there are ppc32 related codes in
So why is it not listed above? Does it mean that libunwind doesn't