digitalmars.D.bugs - [Issue 12624] New: Internal error: backend\cgobj.c 2313 with
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https://issues.dlang.org/show_bug.cgi?id=12624 Issue ID: 12624 Summary: Internal error: backend\cgobj.c 2313 with Rebindable!(immutable TimeZone) in std.datetime Product: D Version: D2 Hardware: All OS: Windows Status: NEW Severity: blocker Priority: P1 Component: DMD Assignee: nobody puremagic.com Reporter: jmdavisProg gmx.com If I change line# 8960 in std.datetime.SysTime Rebindable!(immutable TimeZone) _timezone; to Rebindable!(immutable TimeZone) _timezone = UTC(); then on 32-bit Windows, we get this wonderful error message symbol 2366CD54 'internal' Sclass = SCextern Ssymnum = -1 Sfl = FLextrn Sseg = 2 Soffset = x0010 Sweight = 0 Sflags = x21000 Sxtrnnum = 0 Stype = 2366CD2C Sl = 00000000 Sr = 00000000 Tty=TYint Tmangle=0 Tflags=x0 Tcount=1 Tsize=4 Tnext=00000000 Internal error: backend\cgobj.c 2313 --- errorlevel 1 It compiles just fine on the other platforms, but it fails on 32-bit Windows (64-bit Windows does not appear to currently be part of the autotester, so I don't know how it fairs there). Given the fact that "backend/cgobj.c" has the word backend in it, I assume that the bug is either in the glue layer with the backend or in the backend itself, but I don't know. Regardless, this is currently blocking https://github.com/D-Programming-Language/phobos/pull/2088 Unfortunately, I have been unable to reproduce this problem with a test case separate from std.datetime, but it's very easy to reproduce with std.datetime. --
Apr 23 2014