Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 97069
Version 3.3-4.x86_64 of gcc fails with internal errors
Last modified: 2007-04-18 12:54:43 EDT
Description of problem:
After installing gcc-3.3-4.x86_64, and other related packages, I started
to get compilation errors like that:
gcc -c -DLOCALEDIR=\"/usr/local/share/locale\"
-DIN_LIBINTL -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -I.. -I. -I../intl -g -O2 -Wall bindtextdom.c
bindtextdom.c: In function `set_binding_values':
bindtextdom.c:341: internal compiler error: Segmentation fault
This is a file from a development version of 'gawk' although this particular
one is likely not changed for quite some time. In any case I attach two
preprocessed source files which consistently cause errors like the one
above. This happens independently on a used optimization level - ranging
from none to -O3.
After reverting to the original gcc-3.2.2-10.x86_64 from GinGin64 everything
compiled, and even run :-), again.
Created attachment 92283 [details]
Preprocessed source causing a compiler error
Created attachment 92284 [details]
Another preprocessed compiler tripping source
I certainly cannot reproduce this with gcc-3.3-5.
Can you please try that (it is in rawhide)?
Indeed, with gcc-3.3-5 this compilation, and few others so far,
worked fine without any surprises.
BTW - 'jdkgcj' package from "preview" prevents a clean compiler update
although this is not a very big problem. :-)
jdkgcj has been fired and shot. Will add Obsoletes in the next gcc3*.spec.