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D.gnu - ICEs on package.d module names

reply Solomon E <default avatar.org> writes:
I've got errors, and I wasn't sure about reporting them, because 
there are
so many, and they're probably all my fault, but some are ICEs.


file program.d:

import subdir.first_module;
import subdir: second_module;

void main() {
     assert(first_ok());
     assert(second_module.second_ok());
}


file subdir/package.d:

module subdira;

public import second_module;


file subdir/first_module.d:

bool first_ok()
{
     return true;
}


file subdir/second_module.d:

bool second_ok()
{
     return true;
}


$ gdc program.d -Isubdir subdir/first_module.d 
subdir/second_module.d
cc1d: ../../src/gcc/d/dfrontend/import.c:144: void 
Import::load(Scope*): Assertion `mod->isPackageFile == 
(p->isPkgMod == PKGmodule)' failed.
cc1d: internal compiler error: Aborted
Please submit a full bug report,
with preprocessed source if appropriate.
See <file:///usr/share/doc/gcc-6/README.Bugs> for instructions.

Then change the line in subdir/package.d "module subdira;" to 
"module subdir;"
That should fix it!

$ gdc program.d -Isubdir subdir/first_module.d 
subdir/second_module.d
program.d:1:8: internal compiler error: in visit, at 
d/imports.cc:47
  import subdir.first_module;
         ^
Please submit a full bug report,
with preprocessed source if appropriate.
See <file:///usr/share/doc/gcc-6/README.Bugs> for instructions.


I tried signing in at Bugzilla, which I've used before, but it 
didn't accept my password, and when I asked to reset my password, 
it said it sent an email, but I didn't receive an email. Maybe 
you're not using the same Bugzilla as some other project.
May 09
next sibling parent "Iain Buclaw via D.gnu" <d.gnu puremagic.com> writes:
On 10 May 2017 at 05:11, Solomon E via D.gnu <d.gnu puremagic.com> wrote:
 I've got errors, and I wasn't sure about reporting them, because there are
 so many, and they're probably all my fault, but some are ICEs.


 file program.d:

 import subdir.first_module;
 import subdir: second_module;
Importing an import. That seems to be one case I forgot to cover.
 I tried signing in at Bugzilla, which I've used before, but it didn't accept
 my password, and when I asked to reset my password, it said it sent an
 email, but I didn't receive an email. Maybe you're not using the same
 Bugzilla as some other project.
Send me a private message, and I could sort that out for you.
May 10
prev sibling parent reply "Iain Buclaw via D.gnu" <d.gnu puremagic.com> writes:
On 10 May 2017 at 05:11, Solomon E via D.gnu <d.gnu puremagic.com> wrote:
 $ gdc program.d -Isubdir subdir/first_module.d subdir/second_module.d
 cc1d: ../../src/gcc/d/dfrontend/import.c:144: void Import::load(Scope*):
 Assertion `mod->isPackageFile == (p->isPkgMod == PKGmodule)' failed.
 cc1d: internal compiler error: Aborted
 Please submit a full bug report,
 with preprocessed source if appropriate.
 See <file:///usr/share/doc/gcc-6/README.Bugs> for instructions.
I can't reproduce this, but is a front-end bug anyway, so should be reproducible in DMD too (if you compile it without -release).
May 10
parent Solomon E <default avatar.org> writes:
On Wednesday, 10 May 2017 at 08:17:00 UTC, Iain Buclaw wrote:
 On 10 May 2017 at 05:11, Solomon E via D.gnu 
 <d.gnu puremagic.com> wrote:
 $ gdc program.d -Isubdir subdir/first_module.d 
 subdir/second_module.d
 cc1d: ../../src/gcc/d/dfrontend/import.c:144: void 
 Import::load(Scope*):
 Assertion `mod->isPackageFile == (p->isPkgMod == PKGmodule)' 
 failed.
 cc1d: internal compiler error: Aborted
 Please submit a full bug report,
 with preprocessed source if appropriate.
 See <file:///usr/share/doc/gcc-6/README.Bugs> for instructions.
I can't reproduce this, but is a front-end bug anyway, so should be reproducible in DMD too (if you compile it without -release).
Sorry I didn't reply about this in a timely manner. The gdc compiler versions that produced the assertion error were 2.068 and earlier. I had thought it was being fixed, because the code there changed within a few days of when I first found that assertion error. Then I waited for the upgrade to get to me. It's not a problem any more in dmd 2.074, which should mean it's fixed if it was a front end problem. For the other error, about importing an import if that's what the problem was, I found that in gdc 2.068. It was a new error that hadn't seen before in experiments that used to work, in earlier gdc versions than 2.068, so I'm glad I was able to help find a current bug that you could fix. Also, the gdc compiler has sometimes allowed importing a module qualified by a folder or package name, where the 2.074 dmd compiler gives an error on that sort of import, saying that the module must be imported as its own name. I don't know which is the way it really should be. Those experiments I was doing were about different ways to build and use a personal D library or a folder that would be used like a library from different project folders. The way I decided was best for me was just to keep it simple, by making a folder with symlinks to the versions of my D source files that I want to use like a library. That way sometimes it's only necessary to mention that folder correctly after -I in the compile command line, instead of having to mention every file that's imported. (Also that way I don't have to recompile a library .a file with a makefile for every code change and after every D compiler version update, which I found out does cause a failure to build if it's not recompiled.)
May 30