Compiling with G++ and segment fault on vector declaration
Fri Sep 17 00:07:00 GMT 2010
--- Gio 16/9/10, John Yoon <xxxxxxxxxxxx> ha scritto:
> Thanks Marco. It worked!
> I don't know how you got g++ version 4.3.4
> Because the only version I see available is 3.4.4
> I would like to understand the cause of this.
> Does gcc work differently in cygwin?
> How come I don't need to specify the header file?
> Thank you
first: don't top post
> On Thu, Sep 16, 2010 at 1:28 PM, Marco Atzeri <xxxxxxxxxxxx>
second: don't feed spammers
third: install gcc4 compiler
On any system, not only on cygwin, you don't need to compile
the header as it is already included in the sources
> > --- Gio 16/9/10, John Yoon ha scritto:
> >> Hi there!
> >> I have set the links to the files I used below:
> >> http://dl.dropbox.com/u/1729951/cards.cpp
> >> http://dl.dropbox.com/u/1729951/cards.h
> >> http://dl.dropbox.com/u/1729951/hw8.cpp
> >> I run this on cygwin:
> >> $ g++ cards.h cards.cpp hw8.cpp
> >> cards.h:74: internal compiler error: Segmentation
> >> Please submit a full bug report,
> >> with preprocessed source if appropriate.
> >> See <URL:http://cygwin.com/problems.html> for
> >> instructions.
> >> These files run fine on Ubuntu and LinuxMint
> >> Any idea what the problem could be?
> >> John
> > also on cygwin
> > $ g++ -c cards.cpp -o cards.o
> > $ g++ -c hw8.cpp -o hw8.o
> > $ g++ hw8.o cards.o -o cards
> > or
> > $ g++ hw8.cpp cards.cpp -o cards
> > $ g++ --version
> > g++ (GCC) 4.3.4 20090804 (release) 1
> > Regards
> > Marco
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