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SubjectRe: G++ BUG
Hi there,

Thanks for the bug report (from 24 Apr).

You have not supplied sufficient information to allow us to reproduce
this problem.

** Full details on submitting bug reports can be found in the
documentation in the info files with the gcc distribution **

At a minimum we need a complete code snippet which produces the problem
as well as the compilation options to produce the problem.

Regards,
rohan
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Excerpts from BugReport.Gnu: 24-Apr-96 G++ BUG Michael Seifert@valhalla (612*)



> Hiya, here is a bug I found... Notice that I by accident replaced the
> "," with a "." on the last line of the sprintf. Using g++ 2.7.2.l.3
> for Linux 1.2.14. I think the code statement here is enough:

> sprintf(buf2,"%s [%s] %s",
> STR(UNIT_TITLE_STRING(temp1)),
> wpn_text[OBJ_VALUE(temp1, 0)].
> diff_buf);

> shop.c:413: Internal compiler error 366.
> shop.c:413: Please submit a full bug report to `bug-g++@prep.ai.mit.edu'.
> cpp: output pipe has been closed
> make: *** [shop.o] Error 1

> Compilation exited abnormally with code 2 at Wed Apr 24 13:22:39








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