On Saturday 03 November 2001 11:05 am, Daniel BODEA wrote:
> > Works for me without a problem.
> > What gcc version do you use ? Not 2.96, I hope ?
> > (that's the reason to CC - I don't know what gcc comes with RH7.1)
> Yes it's 2.96 but I've seen a note from RedHat saying that even if it's not
> an official GCC release, faulty code generation is mainly due to
> non-standard coding styles.
Unfortunately, what RH calls "non-standard coding styles" is widely used in a
lot of packages. And this is no excuse for shipping a compiler that produces
However, in this case, there could be another problem. Do the following:
(paste the output into the message)
rm conf_to_src conf_to_src.o
(paste the output of make)
The purpose of the above is to make sure that gcc does not compile for the
> I haven't had any problems with it up to now. What version do you work with?
We use gcc 2.95 and recommend that you downgrade you gcc to 2.95.
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