[LLVMdev] VMKit assertion failure
nicolas.geoffray at gmail.com
Wed Apr 7 12:36:34 PDT 2010
Hmm, I am not getting that error message on my MacOS 10.5 machine with that
same gcc. Could you run j3 in gdb and get me a backtrace?
On Tue, Apr 6, 2010 at 9:23 PM, Konrad Hinsen <konrad.hinsen at fastmail.net>wrote:
> Hi Nicolas,
> Did you compile vmkit with llvm-gcc or gcc? Did you make sure the path to
>> GNU Classpath is correct in your configure command?
> I let the configure script of VMKit do its work and it decided to use gcc,
> the gcc 4.0.1 that is part of Apple's XCode distribution for MacOS 10.5.
> There is no llvm-gcc anywhere on my machine. Should I have one? I did
> install llvm without any error messages and I have a couple of llvm-*
> executables, but no llvm-gcc.
> As for GNU classpath, I think my configuration is correct but I don't know
> how to verify. Here's my configure command line for VMKit:
> ./configure --with-llvmsrc=/Users/hinsen/Development/VMKit/llvm
> And here's the output of "cd
> /Users/hinsen/Development/VMKit/classpath-0.97.2/lib; ls":
> META-INF gen-classlist.sh libjavalangreflect.so
> Makefile gen-classlist.sh.in libjavanet.so
> Makefile.am glibj.zip libjavanio.so
> Makefile.gcj gnu libjavautil.so
> Makefile.in java mkcollections.pl.in
> classes java.dep org
> classes.1 javax resources
> classes.2 libgconfpeer.so split-for-gcj.sh
> compile-classes libgtkpeer.so standard.omit
> copy-vmresources.sh libjavaio.so standard.omit.in
> copy-vmresources.sh.in libjavalang.so sun
> Also, you can now update to the latest revision.
> Done - but that doesn't change anything, unfortunately.
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