[Mono-list] compiling mcs -- jit.c assertion
02 Aug 2002 09:41:26 -0700
I have been seeing this as well for the past week. Prior to the 29th I
was able to compile everything fine. I have removed all the source dirs
and checked everything out fresh as well.
I am on a standard RH 7.3 using a self-compiled gcc 3.1 (incidentally I
went back to the RH standard gcc 2.96 and got the same problem).
As a side note: the mcs.exe created during the mono compile happens to
work if it is copied over the mcs.exe in the mcs/ directory after it has
been compiled--I just don't know if this is creating a really compliant
set of classes (XSP works for me which is what I have been testing
On Fri, 2002-08-02 at 08:54, Stephen Bardsley wrote:
> I am having trouble compiling mcs. Following is the error
> being reported:
> make: Entering directory `/home/sbardsley/Projects/Mono/mcs/class/corl=
> MONO_PATH=3D mono ../../mcs/mcs.exe --target library --noconfig -o
> ../lib/corlib.dll --unsafe --nostdlib @.response
> ** ERROR **: file jit.c: line 1441 (mono_analyze_stack): assertion failed=
> =3D=3D (sp - stack))
> I am using the freshest sources checked out of CVS for mono and mcs.
> The mono module compiles with no problem.
> Is this a known issue or am I doing something wrong?
> Thanks for your help.
> Stephen Bardsley
> RLW Inc.
> Malta, NY
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