Re: sid toolchain broken?
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Michel Dänzer <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> On Wed, 2005-07-06 at 21:44 +0100, Roger Leigh wrote:
>> Santiago Vila <email@example.com> 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.
> Could be a schroot bug which only triggers with gcc 4.0?
It's a definite possibility, but I've reviewed the code, and not found
anything "odd". It's crashing so early, it's only run 7 lines in
main() and 3 in parse_options(). Compiling with nearly all GCC
warnings enabled doesn't show anything other than harmless shadowed
declarations and cast discarding type qualifiers. I don't think
there's a problem with the source.
The actual error is in library code (g_option_context_parse()), which
hasn't yet been rebuilt with GCC4, so I don't think the problem lies
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