#crashes for the price of 1 with UTThornInt.sac
|Created on||Dec 13, 2006 23:57|
|Resolved on||May 10, 2007 15:56|
The attached has some interesting properties, but I have not had time to fault-isolate the problem - it's dinnertime. So: 1. If you compile the attached with -noopt, it dies at run-time complaining about a dispatch problem on TRANSPOSE. It's not clear to me exactly what its problem is... 2. If you compiled it with -DBUG -noopt, sac2c crashes in phase 6, splitting wrappers. Perhaps this is the two-copies of same function problem? I got into this while trying to deal with (1). 3. If you compile with -O3, it ... well, it's using 2.3GB and it's still running... Damn benchmark is about 40 lines of very simple APL. I'll file this and amend this when/if it finishes...
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