## D.gnu - phobos build error

- Michael P. <baseball.mjp gmail.com> Sep 25 2009
- Michael P. <baseball.mjp gmail.com> Sep 25 2009
- Vincenzo Ampolo <vincenzo.ampolo gmail.com> Sep 26 2009
- Michael P. <baseball.mjp gmail.com> Sep 26 2009
- Vincenzo Ampolo <vincenzo.ampolo gmail.com> Sep 26 2009

Hey, I have been doing work on GDC to try and get it updated to a later DMD front end. I have been doing it incrementally, and am currently trying to do 1.031-1.032. I have had some problems, like not being able to find a reference to "util_progress"(is it in the DMD backend?), so I just commented it out in the one function that it appeared in. Also an assert failure in statement.c. :P But commented out the assert for now. Anyways, I am having problems when building phobos. When it get to math.d, I get problems about {standard input}. There is a log of what happens, plus the errors, here: http://pastebin.com/m2ee8a840 Anyone know what the problem might be? The project on bitbucket is here: http://bitbucket.org/goshawk/gdc/overview/ It contains the code I used to try and build GDC with.

Sep 25 2009

Michael P. Wrote:Hey, I have been doing work on GDC to try and get it updated to a later DMD front end. I have been doing it incrementally, and am currently trying to do 1.031-1.032. I have had some problems, like not being able to find a reference to "util_progress"(is it in the DMD backend?), so I just commented it out in the one function that it appeared in. Also an assert failure in statement.c. :P But commented out the assert for now. Anyways, I am having problems when building phobos. When it get to math.d, I get problems about {standard input}. There is a log of what happens, plus the errors, here: http://pastebin.com/m2ee8a840 Anyone know what the problem might be? The project on bitbucket is here: http://bitbucket.org/goshawk/gdc/overview/ It contains the code I used to try and build GDC with.

Okay, so I figured out a way around this - kind of. In phobos/Makefile.in, line 244 is this: internal/cast.o std/string.o internal/memset.o std/math.o \ when you change it to: internal/cast.o std/string.o internal/memset.o \ GDC compiles, but it doesn't work. When you try to compile, it gives a bunch of undefined reference errors to std.math functions. So I would assume the problem is somewhere in math.d.

Sep 25 2009

Michael P. wrote:GDC compiles, but it doesn't work. When you try to compile, it gives a bunch of undefined reference errors to std.math functions. So I would assume the problem is somewhere in math.d.

Yep, since math.d is not included in phobos with the change you did, functions doesn't work. The problem is in math.d then.... uhm...

Sep 26 2009

Vincenzo Ampolo Wrote:Michael P. wrote:GDC compiles, but it doesn't work. When you try to compile, it gives a bunch of undefined reference errors to std.math functions. So I would assume the problem is somewhere in math.d.

Yep, since math.d is not included in phobos with the change you did, functions doesn't work. The problem is in math.d then.... uhm...

I fixed it. :) The problem actually wasn't in math.d. There was lots of asm in math.d, and in ExtAsmStatement, in statement.h, the blockExit function wasn't added to the interface, because it does not get included in the diffs. Because of that, the blockExit from Statement would get used, and it has an assert(0) in it, which I commented out before. So, I put the blockExit function in ExtAsmStatement, and in asmstment.cc, I commented another "#if V2" around the blockexit functions, and it works. :)

Sep 26 2009

Michael P. wrote:I fixed it. :) The problem actually wasn't in math.d. There was lots of asm in math.d, and in ExtAsmStatement, in

the blockExit function wasn't added to the interface, because it

get included in the diffs. Because of that, the blockExit from

would get used, and it has an assert(0) in it, which I commented out before. So, I put the blockExit function in ExtAsmStatement, and in asmstment.cc, I commented another "#if V2" around the blockexit

and it works. :)

Great :D expect my commit soon aobut 2.015 ;)

Sep 26 2009