Comment 4 for bug 1091186

(In reply to comment #2)
> (In reply to comment #1)
> . . .
> > (3) . . . The normal sysdep
> > override mechanism should have selected the sparc32 version of lowlevellock.c
> > *unless* your configure options failed to cause the selection of sparc32. . .
> . . .
> And it actually did when compiling lowlevellock.o{,s}, however `#include
> "lowlevellock.c"' in the generic version of libc-lowlevellock.c causes the
> generic version of lowlevellock.c to be included (because they are in the same
> directory) rather than the sparc32 one.
> If you still need a full configure log, I'll provide it a bit later.

No, that makes more sense to me.

I see HPPA has it's own version of libc-lowlevellock.c probably because of this issue.

I also think ARM might suffer the same problem, it has a lowlevellock.c but no overriding libc-lowlevellock.c like HPPA.

OK, confirmed, on ARM we are also using the *default* lowlevellock.c e.g.
nptl/libc-lowlevellock.os: file format elf32-littlearm

Disassembly of section .text:

00000000 <__lll_lock_wait_private>:
   0: e92d40f0 push {r4, r5, r6, r7, lr}

OK, some big-picture questions.

Dave, Why does sparc have a custom version of lowlevellock.c? Why do any architectures? The custom versions all seem vaguely similar to the generic linux version.

If architectures *do* need to override the generic lowlevellock.c without overriding libc-lowlevellock.c then I think the right solution would be to make libc-lowlevellock.c use `#include <lowlevellock.c>` such that the sysdep include mechanism includes the right file.

Il'ya, Would you mind testing that change?