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From: rodmur at maybe.org (Dale Harris)
Subject: gcc: Internal compiler error: program cc1 got fatal signal 11

On Sat, Jan 10, 2004 at 12:41:20AM +0100, m.esco@...pl elucidated:
> 
> No Segmentation Fault on Slackware 9.1, Kernel 2.4.24, GCC 3.2.3.
> 
> 
> > Confimed - Segmentation Fault
> > 
> > OS = Slackware 9.1.0
> > Kernel = 2.4.22
> > GCC = 3.2.3
> > 
> > int main(void) 
> > { 
> > printf("%c","msux"[0xcafebabe]); 
> > } 
> > $ gcc gcc-crash.c 
> > $ ./a.out 
> > Segmentation fault 
> > 


Well, honestly... is this interesting if seg. faults when you execute
it?  Or am I just missing something?  You're accessing an array that
hasn't been defined, that is a big "DUH!" in my book.  It is interesting
if it kills the compiler while trying to compile it, when it should be
issuing a syntax error, not if the binary is executed.  Hell, I have
programs seg.  fault all the time, no surprise there.


Dale


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