[lazarus] Compile freezes up ??
acjgenius at earthlink.net
Sat Oct 19 22:07:13 EDT 2002
Yes, on 9/21 1.0.7 was declared the required compiler on account of
certain bug fixes which were needed for proper Form streaming, and other
misc. problems in the 1.0.6 compiler. So there is a new 1.0.7 rpm you
can get from the lazarus ftp site, or you can always use the 1.0.7
nightly, or the 1_0_0 fixes branch from fpc cvs(its probably easiest to
get the rpm or nightlies unless you've done it from cvs before). Up
until now lazarus was compiling fine uner 1.0.6, but there were problems
in form streaming on acount of a buffer problem, but I guess now it is
required to compile as well. If you still have issues after upgrading
your compiler, then we can start worrying about verbosity & debugging.
If it IS a compiler issue, on account of the other issues it'll be
easiest if when this problem arrises we just tell people to get a newer
compiler then too try and track it down and make a work around for it.
David Creelman wrote:
> On Sun, 2002-10-20 at 00:11, Andrew Johnson wrote:
> >On 19 Oct 2002 18:19:44 +1000
> >David Creelman wrote
> >>For me I can't even compile lazarus now. I do cvs update;make clean all
> >>and then on graphicsmath.pp, the compiler becomes extremely busy and
> >>XWindows response becomes very slow and eventually it crashes X11. This
> >>is before even running it. Everything worked okay a few days ago. What
> >>has changed ?
> >The only thing that has changed in graphicsmath is that I added 2 more
> >overloaded operators for Point := FloatPoint, and for FloatPoint :=
> >This should have no bearing on compiler problems. Are you using the
> >1.0.7 or the nightlies?
> I'm on broadband, so I do a cvs update (now I'll always add -d, but that
> doesn't solve the problem). I'm running fpc 1.0.6 on Mandrake 8.2. If I
> compile it in a console (ie. not in an gnome terminal), it fails to
> compile, but doesn't crash out X. It fails when trying to compile
> graphicsmath.pp which is pulled in by allunits.pp.
> Is it necessary to have 1.0.7 now ? If it is should the makefile stop me
> from using 1.0.6 ?
> Let me know if you want any verbosity flags turned on if you want me to
> look into it.
> I no longer have 1.0.6 to test on, so it could be a
> >operator overloading problem there I suppose.
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