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Re: how multi-line strings handled in gcc-4.0.0?


Ian,

Thanks for your quick answer. 

I just did what you said on our newlib-1.10.0, and I got the newlib
built succesfully (at least no error reported).

Then, I tried to build a very simple small program, however, I got error as:

/home/zeal/z64/local/bin/../lib/gcc/z6464-linux-elf/4.0.0/libgcc.a(__main.o):
In function `__do_global_dtors':
/home/zeal/z64/src/gcc-4.0.0/gcc/libgcc2.c:1951: undefined reference
to `__EH_FRAME_BEGIN__'
/home/zeal/z64/src/gcc-4.0.0/gcc/libgcc2.c:1951: undefined reference
to `__EH_FRAME_BEGIN__'
/home/zeal/z64/local/bin/../lib/gcc/z6464-linux-elf/4.0.0/libgcc.a(__main.o):
In function `__do_global_ctors':
/home/zeal/z64/src/gcc-4.0.0/gcc/libgcc2.c:1967: undefined reference
to `__EH_FRAME_BEGIN__'
/home/zeal/z64/src/gcc-4.0.0/gcc/libgcc2.c:1967: undefined reference
to `__EH_FRAME_BEGIN__'

I checked the bugzilla of gcc, it seems somebody report this two month
ago. (It's an unconfirmed bug)

A comment says "This more looks like a missing define rather than
missing symbol."

Any suggestion for solving this?

Thanks for all your kind help.




On 25 May 2005 22:16:35 -0400, Ian Lance Taylor <ian@airs.com> wrote:
> cyclops <cyclops64@gmail.com> writes:
> 
> > I found that some files like cpplex.c disappeared from 4.0.0. (Maybe
> > in earlier version, i do not know)
> 
> It moved to libcpp/lex.c, although I don't know why it matters.
> 
> > The thing is in 3.2.3, when compile code like
> >
> >  __asm__ ("
> >            .set  noat
> >            mov   r5,%0
> >            mov   r8,%1
> >            mov   r9,%2
> >            mov   r10,%3
> >            svc
> >            .set  at"
> >            :
> >            : "r"(SVC_LSEEK), "r"(file), "r"(ptr), "r"(dir)
> >            : "r5", "r8", "r9", "r10"
> >            );
> >
> >
> > It only gives an warning:  "warning: multi-line string literals are
> > deprecated". The code is still generated correctly.
> >
> > However, in gcc-4.0.0, it treats the same piece code as error:
> >
> > "error: missing terminating " character"
> >
> > I know this problem can be solved by add "\" at the end of each line.
> > However, we have a lot of code written in that way, we may not want to
> > change them all.  Is there a way to make gcc-4.0.0 to treat those
> > multi-line strings as gcc-3.2.3 did?
> 
> No.  Sorry.
> 
> The easiest fix is to use string concatenation, or to simply put a
> backslash (or perhaps "\n\") at the end of each line.
> 
> Ian
>


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