Re: gcc sig 11
John Goerzen wrote:
> I have been attempting to compile perl 5.004 for Sparc just to try it out.
> However, gcc is sig 11'ing on me, at the exact same spot each time:
> cc -c -Dbool=char -DHAS_BOOL -D_REENTRANT -I/usr/local/include
> -DSTRUCT_TM_HASZONE -O2 -DVERSION=\"1.02\" -DXS_VERSION=\"1.02\" -fpic
> -I../.. POSIX.c
> cc: Internal compiler error: program cc1 got fatal signal 11
> make: *** [POSIX.o] Error 1
> make: Leaving directory
> make: *** [lib/auto/POSIX/POSIX.so] Error 2
> make: Leaving directory `/home/jgoerzen/packages/perl/perl-5.004.04'
> make: *** [build] Error 2
> On an i386, I might think it was hardware. However, this machine has now
> done this three times in a row at the exact same spot, so I am not leaning
> in that direction anymore at this point. And ideas would be welcome.
Yes, I've got the same error. It's due to macro expansions in bits/string2.h.
The POSIX.c defines a very very huge expression (in the "constant" function)
based on a switch statement with lot of strcmp inside each case : each strcmp
is expanded in a rather huge expression which resolves to only one function
call at compile time (the best implementation depending on string types) and
gcc seems to merge all tests in one *big* expression. It then has some
troubles to optimize it ;-(
BTW, to solve your problem, you have to disable string optimizations by adding
#define __NO_STRING_INLINES 1
on top of the POSIX.xs file (not POSIX.c since the latter is built
automatically from the former).
Note: you cannot put this #define just before #include <string.h> in POSIX.xs
because it seems it is not the first access to this file.
Hope this help.
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