3 failures in make check, cxx, gmp 5.1.1, Solaris 10
marc.girod at gmail.com
Sun Mar 17 13:17:48 CET 2013
On Sun, Mar 17, 2013 at 11:45 AM, Marc Glisse <marc.glisse at inria.fr> wrote:
> your C++ compiler is broken and does not support exceptions.
> Please look through the GMP mailing lists for other reports with
> precisely these 3 tests failing if that sounds strange.
> When I have time I'll add a t-do-exceptions-work-at-all-on-this-compiler
> test to make that clearer.
It may be narrowed to 'exceptions thrown from shared libraries
are not caught on several platforms' (I have seen mentions of AIX,
x86_64, and Solaris...)
One report mentioned 4.5, and I confirm that my build passed
using 4,3,3 (but later--in mpfr--, I had to disable threads...)
I am trying to build a version of gcc with which I could build a recent Perl.
I believe that Perl is written in C, so that I might trade exceptions
in shared libraries for threads?
Does this make sense?
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