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[14:23:42] <Dominus1> hmm, wjp, is gcc 4.7 breaking ucparse? because bison/flex seems to be the correct one... (for anyone else, I'm talking about bug report #3530072 https://sourceforge.net/tracker/?func=detail&atid=102335&aid=3530072&group_id=2335 )
[14:33:46] <wjp> likely automake
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[17:42:11] <sh[4]rm4> Dominus1, gcc 4.7 is full of bugs and shouldnt be used
[17:43:25] <sh[4]rm4> http://gcc.gnu.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=52734
[17:43:59] <sh[4]rm4> if you use -fno-tree-tail-merge and your program works correct, than its because of this codegen bug
[17:47:38] <Dominus1> it's not me, I was talking about a bug report from someone else. Since I'm subscribed to the bug tracker, I instantly saw the bug and the replies from wjp
[17:51:55] <sh[4]rm4> anyway, any bug report related to someone trying to compile your stuff with gcc 4.7 is moot
[17:52:20] <sh[4]rm4> *4.7.0
[17:53:09] <Dominus1> not sure if that applies to this problem
[17:55:15] <sh[4]rm4> if he compiled flex with gcc 4.7.0 as well, it's likely broken
[19:15:56] <Marzo> sh[4]rm4: if you took a moment to look at the bug report, you would have noticed that the problem is totally unrelated to GCC
[19:16:28] <Marzo> In it, the automake-generated script is generating a file with .hh extension when it should have been .h
[19:18:02] <sh[4]rm4> *shrug* on a system built with a broken compiler, anything can happen
[19:18:57] <Marzo> Like I said: SCRIPT
[19:19:16] <sh[4]rm4> the script calls binaries
[19:19:16] <Marzo> Specifically, this:
[19:19:18] <Marzo> echo ucparse.cc | sed -e s/cc$/hh/ -e s/cpp$/hpp/ -e s/cxx$/hxx/ -e s/c++$/h++/ -e s/c$/h/` y.output ucparse.output
[19:19:29] <Marzo> The sed string is generating the .hh
[19:19:35] <sh[4]rm4> see ? runs sed
[19:19:48] <Marzo> Look at the replacement
[19:19:54] <Marzo> s/cc$/hh
[19:20:04] <Marzo> It should have been s/cc$/h
[19:20:05] <sh[4]rm4> aha
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