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Re: Possible memory leak during compile time of NSException

From: Adam Fedor
Subject: Re: Possible memory leak during compile time of NSException
Date: Fri, 20 Jul 2007 14:33:26 -0600

Well, this really must be a gcc problem, not a GNUstep one. I wonder if you could try to compile NSException by itself, and delete parts of the file to see if you can isolate what is causing it.

Or you could just update gcc. I remember that the 4.0.x series did have problems triggering compiler errors in GNUstep base.

On Jul 20, 2007, at 8:37 PM, Joshua Smith wrote:


I'm really excited to use GNUstep, but I'm having trouble at compile time. The startup script prints "Building NSException..." for a long time only to fail. If I run "free" from another virtual terminal, I can watch as the compiler sucks up hella memory until I get an error message that I've run out of memory.

I am building GNUstep for an iBook G4 running CRUX, which is just standard GNU/Linux. I have plenty of memory (768 megs) and I have a swap partition of the same size.

It might be worth mentioning that I've had the same problem as others with the startup script failing to find an up-to-date make program. I circumvented that problem by setting the GNUMAKE variable to make's path. Was this a bad idea?

Thanks for reading!


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