:In message: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
:            "Philip M. Gollucci" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
:: cc -O2 -Wall -pipe -pedantic -ansi -march=pentiumpro -elf -Wall
:: -fkeep-inline-functions  -I/usr/src/lib/csu/i386-elf/../common  -c
:: /usr/src/lib/csu/i386-elf/crt1.c:70: warning: ANSI C forbids braced-groups
:: within expressions
:: cc: Internal compiler error: program cc1 got fatal signal 11
:Looks like the C compiler really didn't like the braced-groups within
:#define get_rtld_cleanup()                             \
:    ({ fptr __value;                                   \
:       __asm__("movl %%edx,%0" : "=rm"(__value));      \
:       __value; })
:    rtld_cleanup = get_rtld_cleanup();
:yet both of these parts of this file hasn't been changed since 1998!
:appears to be the real reason since this file is compiled -ansi
:-pedantic.  And it would appear on the surface to still be a problem.
:However, it looks like my version isn't compiling it -ansi -pedantic:
:cc -O -pipe  -elf -Wall -fkeep-inline-functions
:-I/dell/imp/FreeBSD/src/lib/csu/i386-elf/../common  -DGCRT -c -o
:gcrt1.o /dell/imp/FreeBSD/src/lib/csu/i386-elf/crt1.c
:So something really strange is going on, but I'm not sure what.

    I always like to say that these things are "Illegal everywhere except
    in GCC on a sunny Sunday".

    This is a misfeature in GCC.  Like dynamically sized arrays declared
    on the stack (which to my horror I actually use sometimes) or dynamic
    braced auto initializers (which I don't).  

    It would be best to cleanup instances of these when we come across them.

                                        Matthew Dillon 
                                        <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>

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