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bug with f77 on ppc egcs-1.1 prerelease


I've been helping a friend set up a machine with egcs (for the f77
compiler), and we've run into a problem in the fortran code.  When
compiling with optimization set, the compiler exits with a SIG11 on the
code.  When compiling without optimization, the assembler gives an error
about some operands being too large (65536) when the upper limit is 32768.
I have a copy of the fortran source which causes the problem, as well as
the assembler output for the unoptimized case, which I can send if
necessary.  Is there anything else that I can do to track this bug down?

The error occurs with a plain linuxPPC distribution using EGCS 1.02, EGCS
1.03 and EGCS pre1.1
Please CC replies to me, as I'm not on the egcs-bugs list.

Thanks very much,

Greg Zornetzer - gaz+@andrew.cmu.edu
"Light shines brightest in the darkest night"
http://www.contrib.andrew.cmu.edu/~gaz
 



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