Summary: DMD r575 won't build on Linux in debug mode: undefined
reference to obj_long
--- Comment #0 from Chad Joan <chadj...@gmail.com> 2010-07-06 10:11:56 PDT ---
When I try to build DMD revision 575 in debug mode on my Linux machine I get
cgcv.o: In function `cv4_outsym':
undefined reference to `obj_long(int, unsigned int, unsigned long, unsigned
int, unsigned int, unsigned int)'
collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
make: *** [dmd] Error 1
It seems to be caused by the removal of obj_long in elfobj.c at revision 572.
I'm not sure what the proper way to fix it is since obj_long seems to be on its
way out from elfobj anyways. As a workaround I just put the stub back from
pre-r572 to make it compile.
I compiled DMD in debug mode by switching to this GFLAGS line in linux.mak:
GFLAGS = $(WARNINGS) -D__near= -D__pascal= -fno-exceptions -g -DDEBUG=1
When I compile with the normal GFLAGS everything works fine.
My Linux machine is 64-bit but I am building the 32-bit version of the compiler
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