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Re: GCC 7.4 crash somehow related to backannotate
I fetched code from your branch, but I cannot repeat that error yet.
May be that really related to GCC version? I use archlinux with gcc
On Sat, 8 Feb 2020 at 22:12, Alexander Shuklin <jasuramme@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi Jon,
> That's my code. Unfortunately I almost sleep. I don't see big
> difference between using value_type and std::make_pair. I just tried
> to be smart and used decltype to show that is the map pair. But it
> doesn't change much.
> Only thing I see now, that according documentation value type is
> pair<const key_type,mapped_type>, but I don't think that const
> qualifier will change much there.
> If somebody knows better about that, please let me know, because I don't know :(
> On Sat, 8 Feb 2020 at 19:33, Jon Evans <jon@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > I am running into a weird problem on GCC 7.4 / Ubuntu 18.04.1
> > Master compiles just fine. However, after rebasing onto latest master,
> > my branch in MR90 causes an internal compiler segfault on
> > eeschema/tools/backannotate.cpp:185
> > I traced the offending line to 180.
> > For some reason, this compiles OK without my extra commit, but with it, boom.
> > I tried changing the line to a different method:
> > m_pcbModules.insert( nearestItem,
> > std::make_pair( path, std::make_shared<PCB_MODULE_DATA>( data ) ) );
> > And now the compiler crash is gone and everything seems ok.
> > 1) Anyone know what is going on here?
> > 2) Any concerns with me changing that line accordingly? I think the version with
> > std::make_pair is more clear anyway.
> > -Jon
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