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Possible GCC bug - who do I talk to?
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I'm chasing down a possible compiler bug that prevents me from continuing work on a largescale open source project... Does anyone know, who is currently responsible for GCC development? I've tried contacting both Hans J?rg and Thomas Frieden, but they don't seem to respond...

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@alfkil

Unfortunately they are both very busy. Have you tried the ADTools page on SourceForge, there might be a bugtracker or something...

Simon

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@alfkil

Are you sure it is a compiler bug ? What happens ? Compiler bugs are possible but they often don't appear in usual applications.
Could you explain the problem ?

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@corto

For apparently no reason the stack becomes scrambled over function calls. I tried removing parts of the (rather extensive) code and at some point I had it boiled down to being able to trigger the phenomenon by adding or removing a single local integer variable. Like this:

int nLines=0;
(The stack gets scrambled)

//int nLines=0;
(Program runs normally)

nLines is not used anywhere else in the code. (Changing the name of the variable doesn't change the outcome.) Of course this works only with the boiled down version of the code, the original full version doesn't react to this.

Actually it might be a system flaw since it seems that the phenomenon sometimes triggers without a change in the code.

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@alfkil

Stack overflow?

If the program works without that additional line/variable, how much stack is used at most while running?

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@alfkil

I have always reported any SDK/GCC bugs to Steven Sollie who was always very helpful.

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@tboeckel

This is my week of embarrassment...! Set stack to 10 mb and it runs like a charm :). I must have just looked at the Guru saying "stack inside the allowed area" or smth and assumed that everything was ok. Thanx!

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@BillE

I will do that in the future, thank you!

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@alfkil

ahem... for the curious ones among us *whistles* what are you porting?

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@spotUP

For the curious among us: I'm just fooling around trying to get parts of Qt (Trolltech/Nokia) to work with AmiCygnix. It is going to take forever, because I only have a couple of days a week max with my SAMflex...

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@alfkil

A bit ot,but...

Since you're quite new,how about a presentation of yourself?

Nice machine you have,druling a bit over the flex myself.

X5000
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