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Re: [trinity-devel] No WILD GEESE gcc 4.7 => kwrite/kate crash, gcc 4.6 current code == All Good!

From: Nix <nix@...>
Date: Fri, 04 May 2012 13:25:03 +0100
On 4 May 2012, David C. Rankin told this:
> That makes sense. I have kicked off a gcc47 build with todays GIT tree that will
> complete later this evening. If I'm still up, I'll start another build with
> gcc46. Then we will have a gcc46 and gcc47 set of files. I guess we would then
> want to install the gcc46 files and then incrementally install/test/remove the
> gcc47 files until we find the file that causes the failure.

You'll want to link, install, test, and remove. But, yes, doing it from
a pre-existing pair of piles of object files is faster than what I was
thinking of. :)

>                                                             Once built, it
> shouldn't be that bad since there are only 3 prime candidates -- tqt3, tdelibs,
> tdebase.

Though each of those has *lots* of files. Still, the log2 of that number
isn't so bad.

> Boring? I like watching paint dry...

'Blackchapel, for most of its history, was a quiet little village.
 Indeed, the noted traveler Ustav of Leramont, one of the first human
 beings to visit, noted that a day spent in the village was, as he put
 it, "as exciting as watching two pieces of granite involved in a
 staring contest," and added, "I eagerly looked forward to my night’s
 rest as a means of relieving my ennui."'
  -- Steven Brust (translating Paarfi of Roundwood), _The Paths of the Dead_