[New-bugs-announce] [issue2626] If compile with gcc 4.3.0 python interpreter itself eats all memory
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Sun Apr 13 01:30:02 CEST 2008
New submission from Georgij Kondratjev <smpuj at bk.ru>:
First time I noticed it during compilation of python3 r62301, then
3.0a4, then 3.0a3, with and without CFLAGS set.
Step "./python -E ./setup.py -q build" called by make never ends (and
there is no output). Just "/python" behaves the same: it eats memory
and prints nothing. Gcc 3.4.6 works fine. Previous versions of gcc 4
were working too, but I didn`t tested them now.
My system: gcc 4.3.0, kernel 2.6.24.zen5.20080410 (with zen patchset,
can test again with vanilla 2.6.24, or if you say it is too old I will
compile 220.127.116.11), glibc 2.7, Arch GNU/Linux.
components: Interpreter Core
title: If compile with gcc 4.3.0 python interpreter itself eats all memory
versions: Python 3.0
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