[kaffe] Kaffe Segmentation Fault
mikey66 at comcast.net
Wed Jun 21 00:41:45 PDT 2006
I am running Kaffe 1.1.7.
I reverted to gcc 3.4.5, worrying about 4.1.1.
If I did it right it should eliminate compiler as an issue.
I modified my build procedure to the following:
It seemed as if the build was using gcc 3.4.5 as it should.
Still, no luck.
Might some tool other than gcc be causing me grief.
I couldn't think of anything else myself.
From: Michael Koch [mailto:konqueror at gmx.de]
Sent: Wednesday, June 21, 2006 3:24 AM
To: Mike Drozdick
Cc: kaffe at kaffe.org
Subject: Re: [kaffe] Kaffe Segmentation Fault
On Wed, Jun 21, 2006 at 02:58:30AM -0400, Mike Drozdick wrote:
> I successfully built/installed/tested Kaffe on a i386 linux machine
> CentOS4.3, building with gcc 3.4.5. I tested kaffe with a simple "java
> HelloWorld" and everything worked fine! (The "java" is the kaffe alias.)
> I repeated the exact procedure on another machine running Fedora Core 5,
> building with gcc 4.1.1. Everything built, but when I tried "java
> HelloWorld" I got a Sementation Fault with no additional information. I
> tried MANY experiments altering various <configure> options; no change.
> Suspecting the compiler, I reverted to gcc 3.4.5 as in the successful
> repeated the entire procedure from scratch on the Fedora 5 machine, and
> still got the Segmentation Fault.
> Does anyone recognize this symptom or have any ideas? Any thoughts would
> most welcome.
GCC 4.1 is known to give some headaches. Which version of kaffe have you
tried? 1.1.7 or recent CVS? There are some fixes for GCC 4.1 in CVS.
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