[GCC-XML] seg faults on iostream, STL, etc.
jm at mak.com
Fri Oct 22 21:21:48 EDT 2004
I am a gccxml newbie posting with some trepidation. I am trying to run
gccxml over a large, g++ 3.3.3-friendly source code deck (also builds on
IRIX, Solaris, MSVC, and .NET, so the code cannot be THAT
non-conformant). Quite unexpectedly (to me), gccxml is choking and
giving me seg faults on about half the few dozen libraries, and giving
me source code diagnostics on the rest (I cannot get a single library
processed). Environment is Linux FC2.
Complaints are often on system files
[jm at jmorrison include]$ gccxml --gccxml-compiler g++ --gccxml-cxxflags
-D_REENTRANT -D__linux__ -D__redHat9__ -D_POSIX_PTHREAD_SEMANTICS -I.
-I../terrainToolkit/libsrc/geometryNative -I../zlib -fPIC dtedInc.h
/usr/include/c++/3.3.3/iostream:1980: internal compiler error: Segmentation
Please submit a full bug report,
with preprocessed source if appropriate.
See <URL:http://gcc.gnu.org/bugs.html> for instructions.
[jm at jmorrison include]$
There are also some in the STL (stl_map). Do I really send preprocessed
input (run with -E), and maybe send the --debug output, as attached
files? They'll be kind of big, and I do not want to flood people's
inboxes with these large files.
==== John Morrison
==== MAK Technologies Inc.
==== 10 Fawcett Street, Cambridge, MA 02138
==== vox:617-876-8085 x115
==== jm at mak.com
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