[erlang-questions] Yet another cross-compilation question
Sun Dec 21 23:17:32 CET 2008
On Fri, Dec 19, 2008 at 12:14 PM, Mikael Pettersson <mikpe@REDACTED> wrote:
> Mark Scandariato writes:
> > Hi all,
> > I'm trying to cross-compile Erlang (R12B-5) for BlueCat Linux on a
> > Microblaze.
> > Configuration was pretty simple (posted here for posterity and possible
> > ridicule):
> > $ export ac_cv_func_getaddrinfo=no
> > $ ./configure --disable-hipe --without-java --without-ssl
> > --build=i686-pc-cygwin --host=microblaze-linux --prefix=/tmp/erlang
> > But the build choked on beam_emu.c:
> > beam/beam_emu.c: In function 'process_main':
> > beam/beam_emu.c:4875: internal compiler error: in redirect_branch_edge,
> > cfgrtl.c:942
> > gcc is version 4.1.1
> > Any suggestions (other than get a newer/older compiler)? Is this a known
> > problem with gcc 4.1.1?
> This very clearly is a gcc bug. gcc-4.1.1 is fairly old, you should try
> something newer. I don't recall seeing anything like this problem on any
> other platform, so chances are it's a Microblaze-specific bug.
Until (if?) I can get a newer version of gcc for microblaze, how horrible
would it be to compile beam_emu.c without any optimization? (It does compile
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