Reference to a non-existent field named 'identity' in my
code caused 'internal compiler error'.
You have to have 2 things to cause this
1) #include <map>
2) mystruct.identity = somevalue; (where mystruct is a bit structure with a field named 'identity')
if you change the 'id' field in structure XX (see test.cpp attached) to 'identity' you get a parse error ':' from the compiler.
Your compiler asked me to report this so I hope it helps.
gcc version 2.95.2 19991024 (release)
Suse Linux 7.1
g++ -o test test.cpp
correctly reference field xx.id instead of xx.identity.
State-Changed-Why: Fixed in gcc 3.0 and main trunk.