[fpc-devel]Tomorrow's 1.1 compiler
jonas at zeus.rug.ac.be
Thu Aug 23 16:37:35 CEST 2001
If you compile the 1.1 compiler by hand, you'll have to start the "make
cycle" with 1.0.5 tomorrow (or with a quite old 1.1). And turn off
generation debugging information for the first cycle (-g-), because
otherwise it doesn't converge for some reason (at least not under Linux).
The reason is that read(ln)/write(ln) has been made processor
independent and some helpers' parameter list had to be changed to allow
this. They still use the old convention when you compile with 1.0.x
however (or a 1.1 compiler which doesn't define the "compilerproc"
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