Re: Patch 6.1.270
- Neil Bird wrote:
> Around about 02/01/2003 20:33, Bram Moolenaar typed ...Not by me. I don't know exactly where the problem is. It probably
> > Patch 6.1.270 (depends on 6.1.260)
> > Problem: GCC 3.2.1 still seems to have an optimizer problem.
> > Solution: Use the same configure check as used for GCC 3.1.
> > Files: src/auto/configure, src/configure.in
> Has a gcc bug been raised on this?
requires sending in the produced assembly code to be able to show
exactly what the problem is.
If the problem is with calling smsg(), the patch I sent for that might
also fix the problem. Apparently gcc has trouble with C code that works
with all other C compilers.
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- On Fri, 03 Jan 2003, Bram Moolenaar moaned:
> If the problem is with calling smsg(), the patch I sent for that mightThe smsg() bug may also appear in (the compiler that used to be called)
> also fix the problem. Apparently gcc has trouble with C code that works
> with all other C compilers.
KAI C++, and on very new versions of (what used to be) the DEC Alpha C
compiler, as they implement the same optimization as GCC does (which is
being torpedoed by the redefinition of smsg() with a different
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