Instructions for reporting bugs in gcc-cris

We are sorry that you had to consult this page, if you were directed here by an internal-compiler-error message from gcc-cris. That message normally points to http://www.gnu.org/software/gcc/bugs.html, but since this is not an official GCC release, you should report bugs to compiler-contact@axis.com, not to the other GCC developers.

The information at http://www.gnu.org/software/gcc/bugs.html, should help to collect all information necessary to solve the bug quickly, but often it is enough that you send us:

  1. The preprocessed source and compiler version, which you get from running
    gcc-cris -v -save-temps all-your-options source-file

    The option -save-temps will create a file with the preprocessed source with the name source-file.i (or source-file.ii for C++). The option -v will display compiler version information, to be cut-and-pasted in the bug-report.
  2. Information about the host system, which you can usually get from running:
    uname -a
  3. All compiler options you used (the all-your-options above).

Thank you for your patience.

compiler-contact@axis.com

 
axis/gcc-cris-bugs.txt · Last modified: 2007/03/08 16:10 by jesper
 
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