From: Jonathan Wakely (cow_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-08-24 04:18:57
Matt Hurd wrote:
> >On 24/08/05, Jonathan Wakely <cow_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> > > Matt Hurd wrote:
> > > Further to this the last few lines of the bjam.log are below. gcc
> > > seems to get in a pickle with this and I end up with a cc1plus process
> > > running for 981 minutes and counting ;-)
> > GCC 3.4, right?
> > There are a couple of tests that cause GCC 3.4 to hang indefinitely.
> Close enough 3.3.5 from memory. Time to upgrade from the default
> distribution installation I guess.
I don't (often) test with 3.3 but I think I've seen that doing the same
on those problem tests. I haven't figured out what goes wrong, but it's
OK with GCC 4.x so upgrading would work.
I run the tests with a limit of 5 mins so any compile or test that takes
longer than that gets killed - without a limit testing GCC 3.4 never
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