cpp0 bails out with signal 4

Jeroen Ruigrok/asmodai asmodai at wxs.nl
Wed Dec 3 04:25:54 PST 2003

-On [20031203 12:52], Peter Kadau (peter.kadau at xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx) wrote:
>Yes. ATM first slice is dragonfly, fourth is freebsd-current.
>No nasty signals on the latter, which is up-to-date as well.

Mmm, shame, would've hoped 't was STABLE. :)

Now I got both a binutils difference and gcc difference to work with.

Mmm, problem is I cannot reproduce this or anything else.  And you're
the first to have encountered this.  You could try installing the gcc
port of a 3.2 or 3.3 version and try to set CC to that gcc and see if it
still fubars.  Then it might be binutils causing problems.

I'm glad to work with you on debugging the problem and cause.

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