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Reply 140 of 146, by resle

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Bruninho wrote on 2021-11-26, 19:08:

As for your unecessary and disrespectful commentary towards Apple/Mac, I won't give any attention. I am not that kind of fanboy

Bruninho wrote:

Except it does not run on mac or linux, only crapindows

*cough*

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Reply 141 of 146, by Bruninho

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resle wrote on 2021-12-05, 04:09:
Bruninho wrote on 2021-11-26, 19:08:

As for your unecessary and disrespectful commentary towards Apple/Mac, I won't give any attention. I am not that kind of fanboy

Bruninho wrote:

Except it does not run on mac or linux, only crapindows

*cough*

*off topic *

My avatar clearly tells you that I am not even close to being a fanboy of any operating system. I just like whatever operating system gives me the user interface & user experience I expect to see in a computer, regardless of who made them.

I have nothing against MS at all - I just happen to dislike modern Windows from XP and later. Windows 10 being the most absolute crap I have ever used. Hence, “crapindows”.

Can we get back to the subject of this thread, please?

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Reply 142 of 146, by zirkoni

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DracoNihil wrote on 2021-12-04, 16:54:

That sounds like a compiler problem. I haven't tried building PCem for Linux but what if you built it with -O2 instead of -O3? Or with Clang instead of GCC?

Good idea!

With -O2 the crash happened immediately after clicking the "Load" button to start the OS.
-O1 seems to be working, no crash. My GCC version is 11.1.0.

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Maybe I'll try Clang next.
Same problem with Clang.
With -O3 optimization the Clang build crashes immediately after clicking the "Load" button

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Reply 143 of 146, by spiroyster

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zirkoni wrote on 2021-12-06, 08:22:
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DracoNihil wrote on 2021-12-04, 16:54:

That sounds like a compiler problem. I haven't tried building PCem for Linux but what if you built it with -O2 instead of -O3? Or with Clang instead of GCC?

Good idea!

With -O2 the crash happened immediately after clicking the "Load" button to start the OS.
-O1 seems to be working, no crash. My GCC version is 11.1.0.

EDIT:
Maybe I'll try Clang next.
Same problem with Clang.
With -O3 optimization the Clang build crashes immediately after clicking the "Load" button

99% of the time when using C/C++, crash in release and not in debug indicates variables used without being initialised. In gcc, compile with -wall flag to see compiler warnings (specifically which variables are used when uninitialised).

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