On Thu, 21 Jun 2001, Alan Eldridge wrote:
Thanks for the fast answering
> >I have a problem compileing Xfs with linux-2.4.2.
> >I installed XFS with the XFS+RH7.1 ISO and that works great,
> >but when I try to compile the kernel I get the following error(s):
> >xfs_bmap.c:543:9: warning: pasting "." and "xs_add_exlist" does not give a
> >valid preprocessing token
> >xfs_bmap.c:2830:9: warning: pasting "." and "xs_del_exlist" does not give
> >a valid preprocessing token
> This looks like RH's gcc-2.96, or is it gcc-3.0? Try using:
> CC=kgcc rpm -ba kernel-....spec
> That particular diagnostic message post-dates gcc-2.95, IIRC.
I'm now trying kgcc. I linked /usr/bin/gcc to /usr/bin/kgcc, so that must
be the problem. If it doesn't work, i'll be submitting a bug report.
> >xfs_bmap.c: In function `xfs_bmap_alloc':
> >xfs_bmap.c:2721: Unrecognizable insn:
> >(insn/i 137 3604 3598 (parallel[
> > (set (reg:SI 0 eax)
> > (asm_operands ("") ("=a") 0[
> > (reg:DI 1 edx)
> > ]
> That's pretty cool. That's a compiler back-end bug. Which architecture are
> you building? i686? Athlon?
I'm buiding on AMD Athlon Thunderbird
> If it's RH gcc-2.96, then you can bugzilla it (http://bugzilla.redhat.com),
> but given that 3.0 is out it probably won't get fixed in 2.96.
> If it's gcc-3.0, then you need to follow the instructions on the gcc pages
> for submitting a compiler bug report (making the dump files, etc). See
> http://gcc.gnu.org/ to get started.