[geos-devel] latest geos cvs breaks on make
pramsey at refractions.net
Mon Aug 18 11:45:37 EDT 2003
My test environment is 2.96, so there is nothing magical about the 3.X
> I changed over to gcc 3.3 from gcc 2.95 on my
> debian-testing system and then updated geos
> tree from cvs.
> The 'make build' (after autogen.sh, ./configure, etc.)
> is running fine now.
> Would it be useful for me to rebuild with 2.95
> to see if that's what broke my 'make build' earlier?
> If it was the version of gcc that breaks geos
> it would be useful to doc that, and I'm willing
> to run the test if that's a possibility. Someone
> let me know.
>> Paul Ramsey writes:
>>> I have also committed some file removals to hopefully address
>>> Norman's troubles with cvs diff. Incidentally, I find unified diffs
>>> (-u) way way easier to read through.
>> Thanks Paul, I will use diff -u in the future
>> FYI - GEOS compiles cleanly for me with Cygwin gcc 3.2
>> and MingW32 gcc 3.3.1
>> If anyone has a P4 with gcc 3.3.x installed I would be interested
>> in hearing about timing results between the default CXXFLAGS
>> and CXXFLAGS="-msse2 -O3 -march=pentium4 -fomit-frame-pointer
>> Note an executable compiled with these flags will only run on a P4 or
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