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D.gnu - Re: build gdc with gcc 4.2.2

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Hi,


On 2007/11/10, holmescn <holmesconan gmail.com> wrote:
 HI,
 I have tried to build gdc with gcc 4.2.2 .
 I know it is not support yet.I just want to have a try.
 Then the problem is :
 when build the d-lang.glue.o , there are some errors in d-codegen.h
 there is a function named 'build'. I can't find the declaration of it, of=

 the same to the compiler.
 there are also functions named 'build1' 'build2' 'build3' . and the decla=

=20
 Doesn't it strange? If the same code can work around gcc 4.1, what was ha=

 anybody give me a hand?
 thank you!
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The gcc internals have changes between 4.1 and 4.2, this was in 4.1's tree.h:
 /* Construct various types of nodes.  */
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 extern tree build (enum tree_code, tree, ...);
 extern tree build_nt (enum tree_code, ...);
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 #if GCC_VERSION >=3D 3000 || __STDC_VERSION__ >=3D 199901L
 /* Use preprocessor trickery to map "build" to "buildN" where N is the
    expected number of arguments.  This is used for both efficiency (no
    varargs), and checking (verifying number of passed arguments).  */
 #define build(code, ...) \
   _buildN1(build, _buildC1(__VA_ARGS__))(code, __VA_ARGS__)
 #define _buildN1(BASE, X)       _buildN2(BASE, X)
 #define _buildN2(BASE, X)       BASE##X
 #define _buildC1(...)           _buildC2(__VA_ARGS__,9,8,7,6,5,4,3,2,1,0,=

 #define _buildC2(x,a1,a2,a3,a4,a5,a6,a7,a8,a9,c,...) c
 #endif

And here is what there is in 4.2's:
 /* Construct various types of nodes.  */
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 extern tree build_nt (enum tree_code, ...);

Looks like buildN are called =E2=80=9Cby hand=E2=80=9D in objc and fortan f= ront-ends. There are also in ChangeLog-2003: 2003-05-17 Kaveh R. Ghazi <ghazi caip.rutgers.edu> * builtins.c (validate_arglist): Eliminate libiberty VA_ macros, always use stdarg. [...] * tree.c (build, build_nt, build_function_type_list): Likewise. Please let us know if you get something working, it would be so nice if gdc were ported to gcc-4.2. :-) Have a nice day, Arthur.
Nov 10 2007