[ cegcc-Bugs (use Trac instead)-2901677 ] Suspicious ".data" symbols ordering

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[ cegcc-Bugs (use Trac instead)-2901677 ] Suspicious ".data" symbols ordering

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Bugs (use Trac instead) item #2901677, was opened at 2009-11-21 02:27
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Category: MinGW32CE (arm-wince-mingw32ce
Group: None
Status: Open
Resolution: None
>Priority: 4
Private: No
Submitted By: Ivan Maidanski (ivmai)
Assigned to: Nobody/Anonymous (nobody)
Summary: Suspicious ".data" symbols ordering

Initial Comment:
I've discovered that it symbols in .data section (unlike .bss one) are neither in the odrer they are defined in .c file nor in the reversed order if optimization is on.
I haven't seen such behavior in other compilers or gcc toolchains (I've checked VC++ 9, eVC++, MinGW, mingw-w64).

The test case attached (compile it with at least -O1; to make output goes to a log file, compile it with -DUSE_LOGFILE).

May be, it's not a bug but such a feature...

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>Comment By: Paul Sokolovsky (pfalcon)
Date: 2011-02-05 07:09

Message:
Please describe what are issues with this.

And:

Thanks for your bug report!

To ease maintenance of the project, we are migrating bug tracking
facilities to Trac. We would appreciate if you re-posted this bug on Trac
via https://sourceforge.net/apps/trac/cegcc/newticket . Please include link
to this bug for reference.


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