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Old 05-28-2010, 08:46 AM
Hendrik Tews
Default Bug#583531: closed by Falk Hueffner ( Bug#583531: gcc-4.4: gcc dies with Internal error: Segmentation fault (program cc1))

The code simply contains ridiculously deeply nested expressions (about
11000 opening braces), so the compiler runs out of stack. Use "ulimit
-s unlimited" if you really want to compile this.

OK, thanks for the hint! Wouldn't it be more appropriate to give
an error message about the stack space, in this case? Instead the
compiler prints

Please submit a full bug report.



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