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D.gnu - phobos compile error on PPC G5

reply =?ISO-8859-1?Q?Anders_F_Bj=F6rklund?= <afb algonet.se> writes:
Just testing a PPC64 compile of
GDC 0.9 using GCC 3.4.3 sources:

 gdc -o std/dateparse.o -Os -pipe -mcpu=G5 -frelease  -nostdinc -I
../gcc/d/phobos -I ../gcc/d/phobos/internal/gc -c
../gcc/d/phobos/std/dateparse.d
 d/dmd/todt.c:148: failed assertion `sz <= v->type->size()'
 ../gcc/d/phobos/std/dateparse.d: In member function `classify':
 ../gcc/d/phobos/std/dateparse.d:277: internal compiler error: Abort trap
 Please submit a full bug report,
 with preprocessed source if appropriate.
 See <URL:http://gcc.gnu.org/bugs.html> for instructions.
 {standard input}:155:non-relocatable subtraction expression,
"L__init_3std4date4Date$non_lazy_ptr" minus "L00000000002$pb"
 {standard input}:155:symbol: "L__init_3std4date4Date$non_lazy_ptr" can't be
undefined in a subtraction expression
 {standard input}:149:non-relocatable subtraction expression,
"L__init_3std4date4Date$non_lazy_ptr" minus "L00000000002$pb"
 {standard input}:149:symbol: "L__init_3std4date4Date$non_lazy_ptr" can't be
undefined in a subtraction expression
 {standard input}:unknown:Undefined local symbol L__d_arraycatn$stub
 {standard input}:unknown:Undefined local symbol
L__D6object5Error5_ctorFAaZC6object5Error$stub
 {standard input}:unknown:Undefined local symbol
L__init_3std4date4Date$non_lazy_ptr
 {standard input}:unknown:Undefined local symbol L__d_newclass$stub
 {standard input}:unknown:Undefined local symbol L__d_throw$stub
 gnumake[1]: *** [std/dateparse.o] Error 1

Mac OS X 10.3, PowerPC G5 (970FX) DFLAGS="-Os -pipe -mcpu=G5 -frelease" --anders
Jan 06 2005
parent reply David Friedman <d3rdclsmail_a_ _t_earthlink_d_._t_net> writes:
Anders F Björklund wrote:
 Just testing a PPC64 compile of
 GDC 0.9 using GCC 3.4.3 sources:
 
 gdc -o std/dateparse.o -Os -pipe -mcpu=G5 -frelease  -nostdinc -I 
 ../gcc/d/phobos -I ../gcc/d/phobos/internal/gc -c 
 ../gcc/d/phobos/std/dateparse.d
 d/dmd/todt.c:148: failed assertion `sz <= v->type->size()'
 ../gcc/d/phobos/std/dateparse.d: In member function `classify':
 ../gcc/d/phobos/std/dateparse.d:277: internal compiler error: Abort trap
 Please submit a full bug report,
 with preprocessed source if appropriate.
 See <URL:http://gcc.gnu.org/bugs.html> for instructions.
 {standard input}:155:non-relocatable subtraction expression, 
 "L__init_3std4date4Date$non_lazy_ptr" minus "L00000000002$pb"
 {standard input}:155:symbol: "L__init_3std4date4Date$non_lazy_ptr" 
 can't be undefined in a subtraction expression
 {standard input}:149:non-relocatable subtraction expression, 
 "L__init_3std4date4Date$non_lazy_ptr" minus "L00000000002$pb"
 {standard input}:149:symbol: "L__init_3std4date4Date$non_lazy_ptr" 
 can't be undefined in a subtraction expression
 {standard input}:unknown:Undefined local symbol L__d_arraycatn$stub
 {standard input}:unknown:Undefined local symbol 
 L__D6object5Error5_ctorFAaZC6object5Error$stub
 {standard input}:unknown:Undefined local symbol 
 L__init_3std4date4Date$non_lazy_ptr
 {standard input}:unknown:Undefined local symbol L__d_newclass$stub
 {standard input}:unknown:Undefined local symbol L__d_throw$stub
 gnumake[1]: *** [std/dateparse.o] Error 1

Mac OS X 10.3, PowerPC G5 (970FX) DFLAGS="-Os -pipe -mcpu=G5 -frelease" --anders

The -mcpu=G5 option (-mpowerpc64, actually) is triggering the problem. This creates an interesting situation in which the word size is 64 bits, but it's really still 32 bits :-) David
Jan 06 2005
parent reply =?ISO-8859-1?Q?Anders_F_Bj=F6rklund?= <afb algonet.se> writes:
David Friedman wrote:

 The -mcpu=G5 option (-mpowerpc64, actually) is triggering the problem. 
 This creates an interesting situation in which the word size is 64 bits, 
 but it's really still 32 bits :-)

Can you not compile a PPC64 application, that can run on Mac OS X 10.3 ? I thought you could, http://developer.apple.com/technotes/tn/tn2086.html I know that the entire program userland and adress space is 32-bit, I just wanted to play with native longlongs and the other stuff... Guess I will have to wait for: a) Tiger or b) decent Gentoo fans, then --anders
Jan 07 2005
parent David Friedman <d3rdclsmail_a t_earthlink_d.t_net> writes:
Anders F Björklund wrote:
 David Friedman wrote:
 
 The -mcpu=G5 option (-mpowerpc64, actually) is triggering the problem. 
 This creates an interesting situation in which the word size is 64 
 bits, but it's really still 32 bits :-)

Can you not compile a PPC64 application, that can run on Mac OS X 10.3 ? I thought you could, http://developer.apple.com/technotes/tn/tn2086.html I know that the entire program userland and adress space is 32-bit, I just wanted to play with native longlongs and the other stuff... Guess I will have to wait for: a) Tiger or b) decent Gentoo fans, then --anders

It's just a small bug I need to fix. To build Phobos with -mpowerpc64, however, I would also need to add the capibility to distinguish between the "machine word size" and the "ABI word size". Actually, only two modules care about this: the exception handling routines and the Mach interface. I think you would also have problems if you build libstdc++ or libgcc with -mpowerpc64. David
Jan 07 2005