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Re: PATCH: Lazy DECL_RTL


>>>>> "Rod" == Rod Stewart <stewart@dystopia.lab43.org> writes:

    Rod> On Thu, 15 Mar 2001, Mark Mitchell wrote:

    >> No problem.  In parallel, I'll also configure like you did, and
    >> see if I can get the same issue.
    >> 
    >> I wish your backtrace had more data, instaed of those ???'s in
    >> it...

    Rod> I built a cross compiler on my x86 GNU/Linux box (from the
    Rod> same source) and it does not want to crash when building the
    Rod> .i file.  So it would appear to only be a native problem.

Bummer.  That in and of itself indicates a bug; we really should be
doing the same processing in both cases.

    Rod> Any ideas on how to get more info instead of those ???'s?

Two ideas: set a breakpoint on make_decl_rtl, conditional on the decl
that's crashing.  Maybe the trace will look better at that point.
Otherwise, step through in the debugger manually until you hit the
crash; you can keep track of the trace yourself.

Is there a machine that I could get an account on to try it out
myself?

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