segmentation fault in t-toom53 test with MAC OS X Catalina (Clang 11.0)
juergen.reuter at desy.de
Fri Nov 8 22:12:03 UTC 2019
Interestingly now I get a segmentation fault
in t-powm test. This is with a new Macbook Pro
with i9. Are there any updates on this?
Configured with: --prefix=/Applications/Xcode.app/Contents/Developer/usr
Apple clang version 11.0.0 (clang-122.214.171.124)
Thread model: posix
Am 09.10.19 um 01:07 schrieb Hans Åberg:
> One might take down MacPorts GCC on MacOS 10.14 and then update to MacOS 10.15, but then it cannot be updated unless MacPorts has done so.
>> On 9 Oct 2019, at 00:52, JRR <juergen.reuter at desy.de> wrote:
>> I see, I haven't updated my newer Macbook Pro from 2015 (which is Haswell)
>> to 10.15, but updated the XCode. There compilation and running the tests do
>> Am 09.10.19 um 00:44 schrieb Hans Åberg:
>>>> On 8 Oct 2019, at 23:59, Torbjörn Granlund <tg at gmplib.org> wrote:
>>>> Juergen Reuter <juergen.reuter at desy.de> writes:
>>>> Please let me know any further information you need.
>>>> This is almost surely a compiler bug. We have encountered countless of
>>>> bugs in clang since it showed up. We have up-to-date apple systems for
>>>> running GMP tests, but your clang seems to be newer than what we have.
>>> One can take down a Clang 8 binary which might be newer than the inhouse one.
>>>> I suggest that you install gcc on your system. It might be a pain to
>>>> compile if you only have a buggy clang on your system, but I believe
>>>> there are precompiled gcc ready to download.
>>> One suggestion is MacPorts which has not yet been updated for this MacOS 10.15.
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