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Re: internal compiler error in elim_reg_cond
Boris Boesler <email@example.com> writes:
> Am 10.06.2010 um 15:27 schrieb Ian Lance Taylor:
>> Boris Boesler <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>>> I get an internal compiler error with gcc-4.2.1 and my own back-end
>>> when I support conditional execution:
>>> ../build/gcc/cc1 -Wall -O1 -o bug.O1.s bug.c
>>> bug.c: In function âcond_assign_les0â:
>>> bug.c:13: internal compiler error: in elim_reg_cond, at flow.c:3486
>> What is 'x' when that error occurs? From a quick glance at the code
>> that can only happen if your backend has somehow built a conditional
>> with a component which is not a conditional.
> I don't really know what 'x' is (but its code is 0/UnKnown);
The first step to debugging this kind of problem is figuring what 'x'
is. If you use gdb, then your gcc object directory will have a
.gdbinit file. When you run gdb on cc1, you can say "print x" and
then "pr" to see the value of 'x'. More at
I don't see anything wrong with your code.