Tomas Vasko wrote:
> > > Yes, it does! Thank you very much. Sorry for posting this to -dev. I
> > > was sure of having found a bug in vim.
> > For gcc 3.2 we add the argument -fno-strength-reduce. Could you try
> > adding that argument instead of reducing -O2 to -O?
> > Also try running configure with patch 6.1.260 included. It checks for
> > versions 3.1 and 3.2. Perhaps we need to add 3.2.1 to the list of
> > version numbers now?
> I have just now upgraded my gcc to version:
> gcc (GCC) 3.2.2 20021231 (Debian prerelease)
> vim included patches 1-267 configured with --with-features=normal and
> compiled by this gcc version with -O2 and without -fno-strength-reduce
> passed all the tests OK, so it seems that 3.2.2 works well, but test for
> 3.2.1 should be added...
Thanks for testing this. I'll make a patch to add 3.2.1 to the list of
versions that require "-fno-strength-reduce". Hopefully we have caught
all "bad" gcc versions then.
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