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Re: stack overflow / partial success

From: Ludovic Courtès
Subject: Re: stack overflow / partial success
Date: Tue, 19 Feb 2008 22:53:53 +0100
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Hi Rainer,

Rainer Tammer <address@hidden> writes:

> Ludovic Courtès wrote:

>> Then you should only get a warning at compilation-time about
>> `hstrerror ()' being undeclared, but the build process should continue
>> and Guile should link fine.
>> I'm reluctant to adding a `#define _USE_IRS' without any compelling
>> reason, since (i) the leading underscore makes it look like an internal
>> macro, and (ii) I don't know what it's really supposed to do.
> Yes and no,
> IBM XL C/C++ continues but gcc 4.2.2 stops due to the -Wall switch...

I know for GCC but you said you were using xlc, right?  :-)

When compiling with GCC, you'd have to run `configure' with
`--disable-error-on-warning' to avoid this problem---I'm wondering
whether we should make it the default.

> and the setting for the extended stack "(debug-set! stack 80000)"
> should also be mention.

Ah, so setting it fixed some problem?

BTW, hopefully some of your problems are addressed by the newly-released
1.8.4.  We'll look into the others (e.g., `strftime') for the next

Thanks for your report!


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