Hello, I've isntalled the RedHat version 7.0. When I treated to compile a
program that worked with my other version of Linux, the compiler shows an
error. The program is good.
gcc -Wall -c -g -o ./logpol.o ./logpol.cpp -I../include
In file included from ./logpol.cpp:2:
ximg.hpp:237: ISO C++ forbids declaration of 'Initialize' with no type
ximg.hpp: At top level:
ximg.hpp:293: Internal error # 19990916
ximg.hpp:293: Internal compiler error in poplevel, at ../gcc/cp/decl.c:1315
make: ***[logpol.o] Error 1
The output of the gcc -v program in my system is:
Reading specs form /usr/lib/gcc-lib/i386-redhat-linux/2.96/specs
gcc version 2.96 20000731 (Red Hat Linux 7.0)
What can I do?
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layout of the compilation
Can you please rerun the command above with -save-temps -v options
and attach here resulting logpol.ii? I believe the ICE is fixed in gcc-2.96-63,
but your program most probably needs fixing as well (without seeing it,
I cannot say it for sure, but g++ is now much more strict about C++ code,
even if it compiled with older g++, it does not mean the source is ok).
Here you have the resulting logpol.ii
I attach also the source files an the file I use to make the compilation and
Sorry, how can I attach new files to this bug report?
There is `Create a new attachment' (at least I see it in lynx which I'm using).
BTW: Just the .ii file is needed.
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source file that contains the classes
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file to make the compilation
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file produced for de compilation wtih -save-temps -v options
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source file that contains procedures
It is actually fixed in gcc-c++-2.96-64, not -63.