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RE: segfault in wgenopts.c
- To: "Benjamin Kosnik" <bkoz at redhat dot com>
- Subject: RE: segfault in wgenopts.c
- From: "Rob Taylor" <robt at flyingpig dot com>
- Date: Thu, 14 Dec 2000 10:04:05 -0000
- Cc: "libstdc++" <libstdc++ at sourceware dot cygnus dot com>
> > build is i686-pc-gnu-linux
> > with --enable-c-mbchar=yes --enable-cstdio=libio --enable-long-long
> > red --enable-threads.
> first of all, this configuration will not work, period.
> Please re-read my wchar_t enabling mail carefully: you're forgetting to
> disable the v3 ABI. A correct configure command might look like this:
> --disable-new-gxx-abi --enable-cstdio=libio --enable-long-long
ah sorry, my misunderstanding.
well i've rewound my changes, tried adding --disable-new-gxx-abi and it hasn't
helped. Again when I run compiled code, I get a segfault in wgenopts.c at line
if (_IO_DO_ALLOCATE(fp) != WEOF)
I tried adding back my patches I described earlier in this thread, but it still
crashes here - maybe JUMPTABLE just isn't being initialised?
By hook or by crook I need to get this working - if you can point me to what
needs to be done I can try to do it.
Flying Pig Systems