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GCC flags-dependent crash on Solaris 9
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Group: V 2.32 release
Resolution: Fixed

Datafile:
http://bec.physics.udel.edu/blender/landscape-test.blend.gz

Using the above .blend file, I can get Blender 2.32 to
crash in a repeatable manner in Solaris just by loading
the file. The bug appears to be related to the flags
passed to GCC during compilation, which may mean it is
really a GCC bug or, at least, something in Blender
defies GCC's assumptions.

1) The pre-compiled Solaris binary from the Blender
website will crash (on Solaris 9/SPARC 12/02 on an
Ultra 30 Creator3D).
2) The pre-compiled Linux binary from the Blender
website will _not_ crash (on Debian 3.0 with XFree86
4.3.99.902).
3) My own compiled version of Blender 2.32 on Solaris
using "-O3 -mcpu=ultrasparc" (IIRC) will crash.
4) My own compiled version of Blender 2.32 on Solaris
using "-O1 -ggdb -pg" will _not_ crash.

Because only the highly optimized version will crash,
I'm not quite sure how to provide more meaningful
information, such as a stack trace. Contact me at my
e-mail address (prazak_lists@yahoo.com), if there is
any other information that I can provide.
prazak (Matt Prazak) set Type to Bug.Via Old WorldMar 5 2004, 6:58 PM
sirdude (Kent Mein) closed this task as "Archived".Via Old WorldApr 2 2004, 9:39 PM
None (Nobody) added a comment.Via Old WorldMar 5 2004, 6:58 PM

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