Re: sid toolchain broken?
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Santiago Vila <email@example.com> writes:
> On Wed, 6 Jul 2005, Roger Leigh wrote:
>> Santiago Vila <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>> > Roger Leigh wrote:
>> >> If I build a binary with gcc-4.0, it segfaults,
>> > I can't reproduce that. Using gcc-4.0_4.0.0-11 here.
>> I'm building schroot (0.1.2-1) from unstable. With the toolchain
>> prior to the gcc-defaults update, it builds and runs fine. After the
>> update, even "schroot --help" causes a segfault.
>> It fails during the option parsing, just a few lines in to main().
>> Building by hand, CC=gcc-3.3 works, but CC=gcc-4.0 segfaults.
> Ah, but that's not "If I build a binary" in the sense of "any binary"...
Yes. I've not dared to rebuild anything else yet, in case I end up
with a broken system...
> Yes, I can reproduce the segfault you talk about.
That's good to know. I can't see anything odd in the code. It's only
simple C--I'm not abusing GCC extensions or anything.
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