[nightly] 01-Dec-2005 build of HEAD on OpenBSD/x86
simonmar at microsoft.com
Fri Dec 2 09:05:27 EST 2005
On 02 December 2005 13:36, Sven Panne wrote:
> Am Freitag, 2. Dezember 2005 00:45 schrieb Donald Bruce Stewart:
>>> On 01 December 2005 02:14, Donald Bruce Stewart wrote:
>>>> Build description = HEAD on OpenBSD/x86
>>>> Build location = /home/dons/head-gcc3
>>>> Build config file =
>>>> Nightly build started on manzano at Thu Dec 1 09:01:27 EST 2005.
>>>> using existing source tree ... ok. (GHC Version 6.5)
>>>> **** Updating source tree ... ok.
>>>> **** Building stage 1 compiler ... ok.
>>>> **** Building stage 2 compiler ... ok.
>>>> **** Building stage 3 compiler ... failed; relevant barfage is
>>>> gmake: *** [depend] Segmentation fault (core dumped)
>>> This is a bit worrying - Don, can you give us any more clues?
>> Looking in to it. Nothing useful yet.
> I think Don is experiencing the same problem I have currently with a
> GHC HEAD from last weekend on x86 Linux (built with ghc-6.4.1): The
> stage2 compiler immediately segfaults even on the smallest programs.
> I'll give the HEAD another try when I find some time this weekend. If
> nothing else helps, I think we'll have to resort to a kind of binary
> search through time (cvs co -D <some date> ; rpmbuild -ba ... ; <test
> the resulting stuff>) to find the exact date when the breakage
> happened... :-P
What gcc version are you using, out of interest? I'm going to try
reverting rev. 1.22 of TailCalls.h again, which might well be the cause
of this (although I'd like to see where it breaks, but it might be hard
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