building of flite 1.2-release-1
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I'm trying to nail down a possible compiler problem on ARM.
Since flite 1.2-release-1, ARM does no longer want to compile it.
It crashes in lang/cmu_us_kal16/cmu_us_kal16_diphone.c with
the following unhelpful error message:
gcc: Internal error: Killed (program cc1)
Please submit a full bug report.
This source file is about 21MB in size, and I am starting
to believe that this might actually occur due to a low-memory
situation. At least on all the other arches, the build eventually
Both ARM based machines I have access to have 64MB of RAM, so I can not
really verify if more memory would change the situation.
Does anyone have experience with such situations and can suggest
a possible course of action?
Should I be filing a bug report against GCC upstream? against
our gcc packages? How could I help to identify the exact problem
There are other packages which depend on flite which are currently blocked from
entering testing only because flite is out of date on ARM.
Can this out-of-date be temporarily overriden in case the fix
is non-trivial and would need a lot of time?
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