ICE for lc-bittorrent-0.6.70 and lc-htthare-0.6.70
LeechCraft 0.6.70 Built with Qt 4.8.5, running with Qt 4.8.5 Running on: Gentoo/Linux x86_64 3.14.15-gentoo #2 SMP Fri Oct 3 20:37:00 MSK 2014 -------------------------------- Diag info for Poshuku Browser: Built with QtWebKit 2.2.4, running with QtWebKit 534.34 Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1. layman -a toolchain 2. emerge =sys-devel/gcc-4.10.0_pre9999 3. gcc-config 1 && . /etc/profile 4. MAKEOPTS="-j1" emerge -1 lc-htthare; MAKEOPTS="-j1" emerge -1 lc-bittorrent Actual Results: /var/tmp/portage/app-leechcraft/lc-bittorrent-0.6.70/work/leechcraft-0.6.70/src/plugins/bittorrent/torrentplugin.cpp:1207:89: internal compiler error: Segmentation fault LC_EXPORT_PLUGIN (leechcraft_bittorrent, LeechCraft::Plugins::BitTorrent::TorrentPlugin); ^ /var/tmp/portage/app-leechcraft/lc-htthare-0.6.70/work/leechcraft-0.6.70/src/plugins/htthare/htthare.cpp:134:67: internal compiler error: Segmentation fault LC_EXPORT_PLUGIN (leechcraft_htthare, LeechCraft::HttHare::Plugin); ^
Updated by Peter over 6 years ago
The funny thing is, ftp://gcc.gnu.org/pub/gcc/snapshots/5-20141012/gcc-5-20141012.tar.bz2 behaves exaclty the same way.
And you are right, ICE should not have been reported here.
Updated by 0xd34df00d over 6 years ago
- Target version set to 0.6.75
- Status changed from New to Third-party bug
Ok, so I hope this is reported upstream, feel free to put a link to upstream report if you feel like :)
BTW app-leechcraft/*-9999 is probably even better test suite for compilers. I've already started using C++14 there, and after maksbotan, the ebuild maintainer, adds the use flag for C++14, it would be possible to build those parts of sources in Gentoo as well.