[gccsdk] GCC 4.1.2 Release 1 Native Compilation Segmentation Fault

Lee Noar leenoar at sky.com
Mon Apr 30 12:55:15 PDT 2012

On 29/04/12 17:20, pdmiller at pdmiller1.plus.com wrote:
> On 25/04/12 19:20,Lee Noar<leenoar at sky.com>   wrote:
>> On 25/04/12 17:17, pdmiller at pdmiller1.plus.com wrote:
>>> I've just installed GCC 4.1.2 release 1 onto my VRPC AdjustSA RO 6.20
>>> system, including SharedUnixlib 1.12, and the latest !SharedLibs. I get a
>>> segmentation fault when compiling certain c files. It looks like they are
>>> greater than a certain size in some way. They compile ok with the previous
>>> GCC release. I don't remember getting this error with the previous
>>> release,
>>> or having to do anything to increase a slot size, etc. My next slot is set
>>> to 10240k. Have I missed or forgotten to do something, or is it a real
>>> bug.
>> Could you please post one of the offending files that will demonstrate
>> the problem.
>> Thanks,
>> Lee.
> Hmm, not the answer I was hoping for.

Yes, sorry, but unless we can reproduce the same result, it's virtually
impossible to find the cause.


> If you still need it I can send a zip file of a peprocessed C file
> containing the problem code I described at the start of this email,
> unfortunately unpreprocessed its 15000 lines long, preprocessed and zipped
> its 115KB.

Yes, I think that's the only way.

> If so, would you prefer it sent to your email address you used
> to reply to this message. Please let me know.

Yes, that should be fine.


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