Ok...was not able to reproduce make 210 open_stackdumpfile error.

Was, however, to geneate another open_stackdumpfile error:

g++ -c -o out/WIN32/X86/optimize/vfs.o plugins/filesys/vfs/vfs.cpp -D__CRYSTAL_SPACE__ -Wall -Wno-unknown-pragmas -mcpu=pentiumpro -march=i686  -fno-exceptions  -pipe -O3 - fomit-frame-pointer -ffast-math  -I. -I./apps -I./include -I./libs -I./plugins - I/usr/include/directx
      0 [main] make 245 open_stackdumpfile: Dumping stack trace to make.exe.stackdump


Here's the stackdump:

MSYS-1.0.9 Build:2003-07-03 07:26
Exception: STATUS_ACCESS_VIOLATION at eip=71097DBB
eax=74736972 ebx=0A024700 ecx=00003008 edx=0A1D28D0 esi=0A0246F8 edi=0A027700
ebp=0022D634 esp=0022D5FC program=d:\msys\1.0\bin\make.exe
cs=001B ds=0023 es=0023 fs=0038 gs=0000 ss=0023
Stack trace:
Frame     Function  Args
0022D634  71097DBB  (710A5020, 0A024700, 00004000, 71031309)
0022D664  710313EF  (0A024700, 00004000, 0022D628, 0A1C3A08)
0022D684  71031138  (0A024700, 00004000, 00001AFB, 71061DFE)
0022EA44  71061F6B  (00000000, 0022EAF4, 0A0F62A0, 0A0ED058)
0022EA84  71063A17  (00000000, 00000003, 0022EAF4, 0A0F62A0)
0022EAB4  71011509  (0022EAF4, 0A0F62A0, 0022EEF4, 7108D9C7)
0022EEF4  7108D9D4  (0A110398, 0A0F62A0, 0022EF24, 0040C0E3)
0022EF24  0040C0F5  (0A0F62A0, 0A0ED058, 00421440, C0996B18)
0022EF54  0040CD04  (00000000, 00000001, 0A0F62A0, 0A0ED058)
0022EFB4  0040BA0F  (0A102598, 71097B73, 0022EFF4, 0040448C)
0022EFF4  0040BBAE  (0A102598, 0A170AB8, 0022F044, 0040BD03)
0022F044  0040BFED  (0A170AB8, 00000000, 00000000, 004185D0)
0022F074  00402A67  (0A170AB8, 00000000, 00000001, 00000000)
0022F0A4  0041832B  (0A170AB8, 00000001, 00000000, 00000000)
0022F104  004179D7  (0A170AB8, 00000005, 00000000, 00000000)
0022F144  0041688E  (0A170AB8, 00000004, 0022F1A4, 00418615)
End of stack trace (more stack frames may be present)62248280 [main] make 245 sig_send: wait for sig_complete event failed, signal -2, rc 258, Win32 error 0
[main] make 245 sig_send: wait for sig_complete event failed, signal -2, rc 258, Win32 error 0
            

>
> Hi folks,
>
> Just installed the latest rc for Mingw (rc2).
>
> Msys make is reporting an error with make.
>
> This is just the first one. I have documented four others that occur
> and can make available to anyone who wants to see them, those
> stackdump errors.
>
> Since we are talking about the first one, I was able to get some
> output from Dr. Mingw when the first stackdump occurred:
>
> Dr. Mingw output:
>
> g++ -c -o out/WIN32/X86/optimize/vfs.o plugins/filesys/vfs/vfs.cpp -
> D__CRYSTAL_SPACE__ -Wall -Wno-unknown-pragmas -mcpu=pentiumpro -
> march=i686 -fno- exceptions -pipe -O3 -fomit-frame-pointer -ffast-
> math -I. -I./apps -I./include - I./libs -I./plugins -
> I/usr/include/directx
>  0 [main] make 210 open_stackdumpfile: Dumping stack trace to
> make.exe.stackdump
> make: *** [vfs] Error 128
>
> make.exe caused an Access Violation at location 710984d9 in module
> msys- 1.0.dll Writing to location 7e75e578.
>
> Registers:
> eax=0a027c68 ebx=00000000 ecx=74736911 edx=74736910 esi=0a027c08
> edi=74736970 eip=710984d9 esp=0022e9ec ebp=0022ea24 iopl=0 nv up ei pl
> nz na po nc cs=001b ss=0023 ds=0023 es=0023 fs=003b gs=0000
> efl=00000206
>
> Call stack:
> 710984D9 msys-1.0.dll:710984D9 _ctype_
> 71031350 msys-1.0.dll:71031350 _malloc
> 00411D1A make.exe:00411D1A
> 00404700 make.exe:00404700
> 0040A969 make.exe:0040A969
> 0040AC03 make.exe:0040AC03
> 00417198 make.exe:00417198
> 0041688E make.exe:0041688E
> 00417CF2 make.exe:00417CF2
> 00417366 make.exe:00417366
> 0041688E make.exe:0041688E
> 00417CF2 make.exe:00417CF2
> 00417366 make.exe:00417366
> 0041688E make.exe:0041688E
> 00417CF2 make.exe:00417CF2
> 00417366 make.exe:00417366
> 0041688E make.exe:0041688E
> 004165A3 make.exe:004165A3
> 0040FBA4 make.exe:0040FBA4
> 71004F48 msys-1.0.dll:71004F48 __assert
> 71005191 msys-1.0.dll:71005191 _dll_crt0@0
> 710057FC msys-1.0.dll:710057FC dll_crt0__FP11per_process
> 004204E3 make.exe:004204E3
> 0040103D make.exe:0040103D
> 77F1BBB5 KERNEL32.dll:77F1BBB5 GetProcessPriorityBoost


            [snip]

            I can probably spend the rest of the night generating stackdump errors, so will leave it at this and call it a day. Also, is there anyway that rc1 can be put back on the download site so I can revert back?

            Thanks everyone,

            Paul G.