I tried to compile clisp 2.28 (not current cvs) both on cygwin and redhat
7.1. In both cases building interpreted.mem fails with a segfault.
> I tried to compile clisp 2.28 (not current cvs) both on cygwin and
> redhat 7.1. In both cases building interpreted.mem fails with a segfault.
Bruno said on <clisp-devel>:
| FYI: When compiling clisp with gcc-3.1 on i386, with -O2 as usual, gcc
| miscompiles 4 source files. It's caused by at least two gcc bugs, one
| which occurs at -O2 and one already at -O.
| gcc-3.0.4 compiles clisp fine.
please ./configure --with-debug (this disables optimizations) or edit
your Makefile yourself.
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