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[Bug bootstrap/11341] [cygwin] [pch] ICE in ggc_pop_context, at ggc-page.c:1441 while compiling libstc++3


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------- Additional Comments From geoffk at geoffk dot org  2003-06-28 20:01 -------
Subject: Re:  [cygwin] ICE in ggc_pop_context, at ggc-page.c:1441 while compiling libstc++3

> Date: 28 Jun 2003 02:37:32 -0000
> From: "giovannibajo at libero dot it" <gcc-bugzilla@gcc.gnu.org>

> Geoff, I'm CC'ing you since this seems to be a PCH bug. Have you seen this 
> failure before? Would reducing the preprocessed file that's ICEing my 
> bootstrapped GCC help fixing the bug?

No, I've never seen this before.  It's probably specific to Cygwin.  I
doubt that a reduced testcase would be very interesting.  It seems to
be a random-memory-corruption bug, and so there's no guarantee that
it's actually related to PCH at all; but it's well worth tracking
down.  I would start by spending some time with the debugger.


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