http://www.cygnus.com/ml/egcs-bugs/1998-Dec/0434.html

glen mccready glen@qnx.com
Tue Jan 5 12:22:00 GMT 1999


Further to my previous report on egcs-bugs, the head tree as of
yesterday (January 4, 1999) reported:

make[1]: Entering directory `/cvs/egcs/builds/build-powerpc-nto-native/gcc'
powerpc-nto-gcc  -DIN_GCC -DHAIFA  -DSVR4  -g -O1  -DHAVE_CONFIG_H    -I. -I../../../gcc -I../../../gcc/config -I../../../gcc/../include -c insn-recog.c
insn-recog.c: In function `recog_1':
insn-recog.c:129: parse error before `__attribute__'
insn-recog.c:138: parse error before `__attribute__'
insn-recog.c:147: parse error before `__attribute__'
insn-recog.c:156: parse error before `__attribute__'
insn-recog.c:165: parse error before `__attribute__'
insn-recog.c:171: parse error before `__attribute__'
insn-recog.c:177: parse error before `__attribute__'
insn-recog.c:186: parse error before `__attribute__'
insn-recog.c:192: parse error before `__attribute__'
insn-recog.c:201: parse error before `__attribute__'
insn-recog.c:210: parse error before `__attribute__'
insn-recog.c:219: parse error before `__attribute__'
insn-recog.c:228: parse error before `__attribute__'
insn-recog.c:237: parse error before `__attribute__'
insn-recog.c:247: parse error before `__attribute__'
insn-recog.c:256: parse error before `__attribute__'
insn-recog.c:265: parse error before `__attribute__'
insn-recog.c:274: parse error before `__attribute__'
insn-recog.c:283: parse error before `__attribute__'
insn-recog.c:292: parse error before `__attribute__'
insn-recog.c:301: parse error before `__attribute__'
insn-recog.c:310: parse error before `__attribute__'
insn-recog.c:320: parse error before `__attribute__'
insn-recog.c:329: parse error before `__attribute__'
insn-recog.c:338: parse error before `__attribute__'
insn-recog.c:347: parse error before `__attribute__'
insn-recog.c:356: parse error before `__attribute__'
insn-recog.c:365: parse error before `__attribute__'
insn-recog.c:374: parse error before `__attribute__'
insn-recog.c:383: parse error before `__attribute__'
insn-recog.c:393: parse error before `__attribute__'
insn-recog.c:402: parse error before `__attribute__'
insn-recog.c:411: parse error before `__attribute__'
insn-recog.c:420: parse error before `__attribute__'
insn-recog.c:429: parse error before `__attribute__'
insn-recog.c:438: parse error before `__attribute__'
insn-recog.c:442: parse error before `__attribute__'
insn-recog.c:446: label `L6510' used but not defined
insn-recog.c:441: label `L6436' used but not defined
insn-recog.c:124: label `L380' used but not defined
insn-recog.c:118: label `L6612' used but not defined
insn-recog.c:94: label `ret0' used but not defined
../../../gcc/dwarfout.c:3537: Internal compiler error in function output_label_die
make[1]: *** [insn-recog.o] Error 1
make[1]: Leaving directory `/cvs/egcs/builds/build-powerpc-nto-native/gcc'
make: *** [all-gcc] Error 2

The lines in question have "ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED_LABEL", which so far as I can
tell should turn into "ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED" and then into
"__attribute__ ((__unused__))" as shown in gansidecl.h.  I'm not sure
where to look, it only happens on this particular build which is 
built with a --build and --target/--host pairing.  (Attempting to
build native tools for another target using an already built crosscompiler.)

---

_floatdisf
In file included from ../../../gcc/libgcc2.c:48:
include/stddef.h:185: warning: redefinition of `size_t'
/usr/nto/include/sys/siginfo.h:38: warning: `size_t' previously declared here
../../../gcc/final.c:2915: Internal compiler error in function final_scan_insn
make[3]: *** [libgcc2.a] Error 1
make[3]: Leaving directory `/cvs/egcs-current-snapshot/builds/build-powerpc-nto-native/gcc'

The current snapshot source also fails to build, but this time it fails
while trying to build libgcc2.a -- this is consistent with the message
I sent in December.

Can anybody offer any ideas, or shed some light on the subject?  My
i386 builds are successful but the powerpc build (which worked some
time ago) has been failing for a while now.

Thanks.

glen



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