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Re: Lots of C++ failures


In fact, after looking at the latest gcc-patches messages, I think it may be due to this commit: https://gcc.gnu.org/ml/gcc-patches/2014-09/msg01107.html
(based purely on the fact that the unrecognized insn is a call, and the patch deals with CALL_EXPR).

FX



> I am testing trunk on darwin14 (Mac OS X Yosemite), and I am seeing a lot of (800 so far) C++ failures, in the form of internal compiler errors, like this:
> 
>> vbase1.C:17:1: error: unrecognizable insn:
>> }
>> ^
>> (call_insn/j 4 3 5 (call (mem/u/c:DI (const:DI (unspec:DI [
>>                        (symbol_ref/i:DI ("_ZN8VDerivedD1Ev") [flags 0x1] <function_decl 0x143563d80 __comp_dtor >)
>>                    ] UNSPEC_GOTPCREL)) [0  S8 A8])
>>        (const_int 0 [0])) vbase1.C:9 -1
>>     (nil)
>>    (nil))
>> vbase1.C:17:1: internal compiler error: in insn_default_length, at config/i386/i386.md:2071
> 
> 
> Google and bugzilla search donât find anything particularly recent like that, but the scale of it is weird. I have isolated a very small reproducer, attached (gives the above ICE with no compile options).
> 
> Has anyone seen this on another platform? Is it known? Otherwise, Iâll report it.
> 
> FX
> 
> 
> 
> <vbase1.C>


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