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Re: gcc/cpp segfaulting on i386-9.99.17?

On Sat, 26 Oct 2019, John D. Baker wrote:

> On Wed, 23 Oct 2019, John D. Baker wrote:
> > Anyone else tried building gstreamer1 or at-spi2-core on i386-9.99.17?
> Note that I mention the i386 port specifically.  I have observed the
> segfaults only on i386-current.  amd64-current does not exhibit the
> problem.  (My amd64-current systems have not yet been updated with GCC-8,
> so they still use GCC 7.4.0 as well.)

To be honest, I don't remember if the previous amd64/GCC7 build session
(pkg_rr) ever got to gstreamer1 or at-spi2-core (my NFS root w/local-disk
"/usr") bogged my network and file server down worse than an all-NFS
diskless system and that's with ${WRKOBJDIR} on tmpfs!).

I've now built gstreamer1 on amd64 w/GCC 8.3.0 and it completed
successfully.  A look at the package database shows at-spi2-core
was also successfully built.

The thread here:

reported similar failures building pango.

As I was composing this message, my amd64/GCC-8 build host completed
building pango without issues.

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