Bug 000093

When Created: 06/22/1996 12:47:12
Against DJGPP version: 2.00
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Abstract: djgpp crash during assignment to large list of structures
I am having trouble compiling a piece of source code using djgpp 2.0,
as it results in a "general protection fault".

The code is rather simple: Room for an array of a structure is allocated,
and values are assigned to the array.

The smallest version of the code that crashes is about 32kb, so I have not
posted it here. To take a look at it, use anonymous ftp to
"" cd to "/pub/norup/djgpp" and get ""

It compiles and runs nicely under Borland C 3.1 and compiles under Linux gcc.

The crash seems to be associated with the size of the array: similar, smaller
arrays are accepted without problems, and if the last four structures
from (object[id].facet+82)-> are commented out, it compiles without

I would really appreciate if this problem with djgpp would be looked into,
or perhaps just a work-around could be found.

Anton Norup Soerensen

Solution added: 06/24/1996 03:39:15
By whom:
I'm not sure whether this is a workaround or a solution. Nevertheless:
Compilation was possible for the source example given when changing the
stack size of cc1.exe to 512kb.

Anton Norup Soerensen

Fixed in version 2.01 on 07/26/1996 00:31:33
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