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Re: pcc build error that has been outstanding for a few days...

Recently, I requested that the PCC tree in NetBSD be brought up to date to fix build failures (missing/outdated symbols, like __USE) while attempting to compile the toolchain (i.e. tools directory pcc, used to compile the NetBSD distribution) and distribution (i.e. version of PCC send to the target machine) for a customized, low-memory install. Considering the coincidental timing, it's very possible that the PCC build broke for amd64. I will test when I get the chance to see if I can duplicate your error; I need to clean up my scripts/fix some changes to my source tree that break "generic" x86/amd builds beforehand.

-----Original Message----- From: B Harder
Sent: Tuesday, July 29, 2014 12:57 PM
To: current-users
Subject: pcc build error that has been outstanding for a few days...

I've got an error (transcribing):

In function 'amd64_builtin_v_arg':
error: variable 'ap' set but not used
 NODE *ap, *r, *dp;

I've re-run ./ w/o "-u" to an implicit make clean is run, to
no effect. Has this indeed been outstanding for a number of days, or
am I missing a step to get over a hurdle?



William D. Jones
Rowan University | ECE | 2012
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