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Re: gcc Core Dump
Klaus dot Moschner at gmx dot de wrote:
> I installed gcc-2 now and tried with gcc-2.
That wasn't what he meant.
Upgrade gcc (not gcc2) to the current version: 3.2-3.
(This is what I would recommend in response to your reply with gdb results,
> It compiles and links without problem as well.
> When executing the program it doesn't go inside the function.
> The program just outputs 'Hello World' twice and ends.
Now that's just weird.
> uname -a says:
> CYGWIN_NT-5.0 ZWG15-0274 1.3.15(0.63/3/2) 2002-11-06 22:41 i686
Old version of cygwin. I don't think that's related to your gcc problem, but
you might upgrade anyway. Bugfixes/improvements are happening all the time.
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