CVS Problems and Compile Errors

William G. Lea wglea1@swbell.net
Tue Mar 11 17:54:00 GMT 2003


I have an updated version of RED Hat 8 using their latest kernel update
for the Athelon and gcc 3.2.1.  I'm getting a weird Fortran error and
thus wanted the latest version.  I may have to spend real money for a
commercial compiler if I can't get around this.  I'll try another update
command this afternoon and if it's still screwed up I'll post to the
other list.
Thanks
Bill Lea

LLeweLLyn Reese wrote:
> 
> "William G. Lea" <wglea1@swbell.net> writes:
> 
> > I'm haveing a couple of problems building the 3.2.2 release.
> >
> > My first problem is with CVS. I can't seem to get it to run to a clean
> > ending.  Sometimes it just hangs, sometimes it reports an internal
> > error. And most recently it stops with a:
> >
> > "waiting for anancvs's lock in /cvsroot/gcc/gcc/gcc/config/d30v" which
> > repeats every thirty seconds until I shut it off or the program stalls
> > completely.  This has been consistent for two days.  It's almost as if
> > someone has locked the repository (d30v) and forgotten about it.  Is
> > that possible?
> 
> It happens You aren't the only person to have complained about this
>     recently, so I suspect most the people who can do anything about
>     this are not reading this list. I can only suggest you email gcc
>     at gcc.gnu.org = that's the developer mailing list, and someone
>     there should be able to fix the problem.
> 
> > I went ahead and tried to build the system anyway but I get an error in
> > the second phase of the bootstrap process.  The file lex.c gives an
> > error in a function call.
> >
> > line 449: cxx_init
> >           too many arguements to fucntion 'c_common_init'
> >           incompatable types in assignment
> >
> > Has anyone encountered these errors? What can I do about them?
> 
> Could you say what platform you are building on?



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