GCC snapshot updated

Nick Burrett nick at dsvr.net
Tue Jul 29 16:06:09 PDT 2003

Peter Naulls wrote:
> In message <3F227DF2.4090900 at dsvr.net>
>           Nick Burrett <nick at dsvr.net> wrote:
>>I've taken a snapshot from 23 July of the GCC 3.3 branch and imported it 
>>into GCCSDK.  It still needs to be tested.
>>The standard C++ library now successfully compiles, though there's a 
>>minor error in Libfile.
> gperf also doesn't compile for me.  The compiler within RISC OS now
> does something different.  I've not investigated this at all:
> *gcc test.c -c -v
>  pc:    1f004 sp:   667fa4 ^post_signal()
>  pc:    37348 sp:   666f10 __h_cback()
>  pc:    31ccc sp:   666f78 main()
> Termination signal received: Segmentation fault

The problem is a code generation bug in GCC that affects functions that 
call alloca ().  It isn't too hard to fix, though it will probably be a 
couple of days before I get the opportunity to fix it.


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