problem with Python 2.5.2 and gcc 4.3
David P. Riedel
driedel at printingforsystems.com
Thu Mar 13 13:53:05 CET 2008
Andrew MacIntyre wrote:
> David P. Riedel wrote:
>> I tried building Python 2.5.2 using gcc 4.3.0. The build completes
>> with no problems but when I run 'make test', I get a segfault part
>> way through the test run.
>> here is the last part of the output from make test
>> test_sqlite skipped -- no sqlite available
>> test_startfile skipped -- cannot import name startfile
>> make: *** [test] Segmentation fault
> You don't identify the platform or O/S, though I'd guess some Linux
> distro on i386 or x86-64...
> If you have gdb available, a backtrace might give a clue.
> However, as this is a new major release of gcc I'm automatically going to
> assume an optimisation issue. To test this I'd suggest doctoring the
> makefile generated by configure to reduce the optimisation level - I'd
> suggest trying -O instead of -O3. If that works, try -O2 or -Os.
> If -O2 or -Os works, I'd be taking the matter up with the gcc team.
You are correct -- Mandriva Linux 2007. I will try varying the optimization level and see what happens.
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