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From:Dan Nelson Date:July 9 1999 4:03am
Subject:Re: --enable-assembler still fails for freebsd in 3.22.25
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In the last episode (Jul 08), web@stripped said:
> >Description:
> --enable-assembler fails for freebsd 2.2.7 with the following:
> Warning: Using /usr/local/src/mysql-3.22.25/mit-pthreads/obj as object directory
> instead of canonical /usr/obj/usr/local/src/mysql-3.22.25/mit-pthreads
> Making all in strings
> gcc -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -I. -I. -I.. -I../mit-pthreads/include -I./../include
> -I../include    -O6   -DDBUG_OFF -c strings.s
> assertion "c != ' '" failed: file "/usr/src/gnu/usr.bin/as/read.c", line 395
> gcc: Internal compiler error: program as got fatal signal 6

2.2.7's as is pretty old (1.92.3);  4.0's as (2.9.1) prints the following:

cc -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -I. -I. -I.. -I./../include -I../include -O2 -pipe -march=i486
-mcpu=i686  -DDBUG_OFF -c strings.s
strings.s: Assembler messages:
strings.s:96: Error: Bad expression
strings.s:96: Error: Missing ')' assumed
strings.s:96: Error: Ignoring junk 'edi)/End of string' after expression
Line 96 is:

sa_99:  movb    $0,(%edi)               / End of string

which should read instead:

sa_99:  movb    $0,(%edi)               /* End of string */

This fixes it for 3.0 and up, but 2.2.* spits out so many errors
(unrecognized opcodes std, movsb, cld, stosl, stosb, clrl, and more)
that it's probably not worth trying to fix it.

Installing a newer copy of as might help.

	-Dan Nelson
--enable-assembler still fails for freebsd in 3.22.25web9 Jul
  • Re: --enable-assembler still fails for freebsd in 3.22.25Dan Nelson9 Jul