No response to my problem ??

Aldo Mazzilli aldo.mazzilli@inria.fr
Wed Mar 31 01:21:00 GMT 1999


Hello,


I've post a few days ago a message relating the following problem (and
get no response at this time) :

I have built a cross-compiler using egcs and mingw32.
When compiling a program, I get the following error
 
crossgcc -c -I. -I/common/Cadp/incl -IExecutable.xwin32.gcc
-DARCHITECTURE_XWIN32 -DCROSS_GCC -ansi -g -DDEBUG
Executable.xwin32.gcc/parser.c -o Executable.xwin32.gcc/parser.o
In file included from parser.y:88:
Executable.xwin32.gcc/scanner.c:71: `stdio' undeclared here (not in a
function)
Executable.xwin32.gcc/scanner.c:71: initializer element for `yyin' is
not constant
Executable.xwin32.gcc/scanner.c:71: initializer element for `yyout' is
not constant
*** Error code 1
make: Fatal error: Command failed for target
`Executable.xwin32.gcc/parser.o'
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Here is the line 71 of scanner.c :
FILE *yyin = {stdin}, *yyout = {stdout} ;
 
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cpp scanner.c gives me the following result with line 71 :
FILE *yyin = {(&_iob[0])}, *yyout = {(&_iob[1])} ;
 
-----------------------------------
However, it accepts :
 
FILE *yyin = NULL, *yyout = NULL ;
or
int x = 1 + 2 ;
 
It seems that my crossgcc doesn't accept initializing global variables
to complicated constants (like : &_iob[0]).
 
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Is there any option when building the cross-compiler which makes it more
efficient ?
 
PS : standard gcc accepts this kind of initialization.
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