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Re: Problems with GEANE and trackbase [message #6109 is a reply to message #6039] Tue, 18 March 2008 18:21 Go to previous messageGo to previous message
Mohammad Al-Turany is currently offline  Mohammad Al-Turany
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Hi All,

So I tested the geane crash on deferent systems and compiler with and without the flags -O2 and using the code in recotasks/demo the results were:

1. Debian Sarge gcc 3.3.5 crashes with or without -O2
2. Scientific Linux 4.5 gcc 3.4.6 crashes with or without -O2
3. Fedora Core 8 gcc 4.1.2 crashes with or without -O2
4. Debian Etch gcc 4.1.2 crashes with or without -O2
5. Debian Etch 64 bit gcc 4.1.2 works with or without -O2
6. Mac OS X gcc 4.0.1 (Apple) works with or without -O2


So it seems to be independent of the flag -O2 -g and the compiler version. In all cases we will remove the -O2 from the check_compiler. I also tried to remove the whole Check_Compiler.cmake from the CMakeList.txt so that the compiler is called without options (only default) and it did not help!

So we still have to understand why it works on 64 bit and not on 32!!!

A question to the Pavia group: did you remove only the flag -O2 in your working environment or the whole Check_Compiler.cmake macro from the CMakelist.txt? and what system you use?


regards

Mohammad

 
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