I have an odd one here,
"gcc: Internal compiler error: program cc1 got fatal signal 6"
Happened after I upgraded my glibc to 2.1 . My gcc (2.8.1) appears
to have some difficulties with optimization and floating point numbers.
the following code triggers it
void testy(float b,float c);
when compiled with
gcc -O -c effects3.c -o effects3.o
Works fine without -O and works fine with -O2, also works fine if you modify
the code above in about any conceivable way. Tres odd. I can easily work around
it by using -O2 which I intended to use anyway. Just thought Id share.
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