Description of problem:
../test/cctest/test-platform.cc:20:24: error: unexpected token in operand
__asm__ __volatile__("str %%sp, %0" : "=g"(sp_addr));
<inline asm>:1:6: note: instantiated into assembly here
str %sp, [r1]
1 error generated.
Full log here:
Since I need to get this moving again, I'm taking arm out of the ExclusiveArch list for v8. Happy to apply a fix, but I don't have the ARM / clang expertise to understand why this syntax is invalid.
What is the actual build task, what is the NVR/git tag?
It was a scratch build... I don't have it anymore.
That said, the current v8 code is checked in to git master branch. Feel free to re-enable arm and throw another scratch build at koji.
The version bundled in nodejs builds OK, AFAICT from the nodejs .spec that is 220.127.116.11 so when I get a moment I'll compare with that
Note that the failure is in the test code, not the library itself, which may be why nodejs dodges it... I just couldn't figure out an obvious way to disable building the testsuite.
This bug appears to have been reported against 'rawhide' during the Fedora 25 development cycle.
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