|Summary:||frysk-imports/tests frysk2137/Gcov.java fails|
|Product:||frysk||Reporter:||Mark Howard <mh>|
|Bug Depends on:||2805|
Description Mark Howard 2006-10-17 21:27:07 UTC
(Ubuntu build issue tracker) This test is currently failing, presumably due to ubuntu shipping an old gcj (currently 4.1.2 20060928 (prerelease)). This can be worked around by removing the tests directory from the frysk-imports/Makefile (but may cause issues later). mh@wren tests :( $ make source='frysk2137/Gcov.java' object='frysk2137/frysk2137_Gcov-Gcov.o' libtool=no \ DEPDIR=.deps depmode=none /bin/bash ../../../frysk/frysk-imports/depcomp \ gcj --coverage -g -O -c -o frysk2137/frysk2137_Gcov-Gcov.o `test -f 'frysk2137/Gcov.java' || echo '../../../frysk/frysk-imports/tests/'`frysk2137/Gcov.java ../../../frysk/frysk-imports/tests/frysk2137/Gcov.java:3: internal compiler error: Segmentation fault Please submit a full bug report, with preprocessed source if appropriate.
Comment 1 Andrew Cagney 2006-10-27 18:20:59 UTC
Yes, it will cause issues later; which is why frysk includes test against both the build environment and the underlying system. Hopefully makes it easier to identify the fixes that need to be backported. The patch is in Fedora Core's GCC; I seriously wonder if Ubuntu could just ship a compiler based more on that branch as it would save much grief. Here you should look at (In reply to comment #0) > (Ubuntu build issue tracker) > This test is currently failing, presumably due to ubuntu shipping an old gcj > (currently 4.1.2 20060928 (prerelease)). This can be worked around by removing > the tests directory from the frysk-imports/Makefile (but may cause issues later).