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SubjectRe: Linux

On Mon, 20 Jul 2009, Marc Dionne wrote:
> >
> > It could be ccache too, of course.
> Actually in my case it turns out that it is ccache after all - if I remove it
> from the picture everything is fine. If I re-enable it, even with a clean
> cache, I get the problem.
> It might just be a coincidence that it's triggered by the -fwrapv change.

Btw, do you find any core-files lying around if you enable them before the
build with

ulimit -c unlimited

or similar?

And how did you clean ccache? There's "-c" and then there's "-C".


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