[Ada] fix gnatlib build on x32 runtime

Message ID 20190206115401.GA10638@adacore.com
State New
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  • [Ada] fix gnatlib build on x32 runtime
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Arnaud Charlet Feb. 6, 2019, 11:54 a.m.
This has been reported on https://github.com/mattgodbolt/compiler-explorer-image/issues/161

The failure has been introduced 2018-11-14 when updating the list of
signals in s-linux*.ads files, s-linux__x32.ads was forgotten.

Tested on x86_64-pc-linux-gnu, committed on trunk.

2019-02-06  Arnaud Charlet  <charlet@adacore.com>

	* libgnarl/s-linux__x32.ads: Resync list of signals with s-linux.ads

Patch

Index: libgnarl/s-linux__x32.ads
===================================================================
--- libgnarl/s-linux__x32.ads	(revision 268575)
+++ libgnarl/s-linux__x32.ads	(working copy)
@@ -82,35 +82,36 @@ 
    SIGILL     : constant := 4; --  illegal instruction (not reset)
    SIGTRAP    : constant := 5; --  trace trap (not reset)
    SIGIOT     : constant := 6; --  IOT instruction
-   SIGABRT    : constant := 6; --  used by abort, replace SIGIOT in the  future
+   SIGABRT    : constant := 6; --  used by abort, replace SIGIOT in the future
    SIGFPE     : constant := 8; --  floating point exception
    SIGKILL    : constant := 9; --  kill (cannot be caught or ignored)
    SIGBUS     : constant := 7; --  bus error
+   SIGUSR1    : constant := 10; --  user defined signal 1
    SIGSEGV    : constant := 11; --  segmentation violation
+   SIGUSR2    : constant := 12; --  user defined signal 2
    SIGPIPE    : constant := 13; --  write on a pipe with no one to read it
    SIGALRM    : constant := 14; --  alarm clock
    SIGTERM    : constant := 15; --  software termination signal from kill
-   SIGUSR1    : constant := 10; --  user defined signal 1
-   SIGUSR2    : constant := 12; --  user defined signal 2
+   SIGSTKFLT  : constant := 16; --  coprocessor stack fault (Linux)
    SIGCLD     : constant := 17; --  alias for SIGCHLD
    SIGCHLD    : constant := 17; --  child status change
-   SIGPWR     : constant := 30; --  power-fail restart
-   SIGWINCH   : constant := 28; --  window size change
-   SIGURG     : constant := 23; --  urgent condition on IO channel
-   SIGPOLL    : constant := 29; --  pollable event occurred
-   SIGIO      : constant := 29; --  I/O now possible (4.2 BSD)
-   SIGLOST    : constant := 29; --  File lock lost
    SIGSTOP    : constant := 19; --  stop (cannot be caught or ignored)
    SIGTSTP    : constant := 20; --  user stop requested from tty
    SIGCONT    : constant := 18; --  stopped process has been continued
    SIGTTIN    : constant := 21; --  background tty read attempted
    SIGTTOU    : constant := 22; --  background tty write attempted
+   SIGURG     : constant := 23; --  urgent condition on IO channel
+   SIGXCPU    : constant := 24; --  CPU time limit exceeded
+   SIGXFSZ    : constant := 25; --  filesize limit exceeded
    SIGVTALRM  : constant := 26; --  virtual timer expired
    SIGPROF    : constant := 27; --  profiling timer expired
-   SIGXCPU    : constant := 24; --  CPU time limit exceeded
-   SIGXFSZ    : constant := 25; --  filesize limit exceeded
-   SIGUNUSED  : constant := 31; --  unused signal (GNU/Linux)
-   SIGSTKFLT  : constant := 16; --  coprocessor stack fault (Linux)
+   SIGWINCH   : constant := 28; --  window size change
+   SIGPOLL    : constant := 29; --  pollable event occurred
+   SIGIO      : constant := 29; --  I/O now possible (4.2 BSD)
+   SIGLOST    : constant := 29; --  File lock lost
+   SIGPWR     : constant := 30; --  power-fail restart
+   SIGSYS     : constant := 31; --  bad system call
+   SIGUNUSED  : constant := 31; --  unused signal (mapped to SIGSYS)
    SIG32      : constant := 32; --  glibc internal signal
    SIG33      : constant := 33; --  glibc internal signal
    SIG34      : constant := 34; --  glibc internal signal