devel/stl-icc and icc 8

Marius Strobl marius at alchemy.franken.de
Fri Jan 30 05:56:35 PST 2004


On Fri, Jan 30, 2004 at 12:11:34PM +0100, Olivier Saut wrote:
> 
> Thanks, I have updated icc to the version in ports. The build now fails
> at
> EH test : hash_multiset
> [hash_multiset] :testing hash resize (weak) ... 100 try successful
> [hash_multiset] :testing insertion of random value without resize (strong) ... 5 try successful
> [hash_multiset] :testing insertion or random value (weak) ... 4 try successful
> [hash_multiset] :testing range insertion at random position (weak) ... 258 try successful
> [hash_multiset] :testing pointer range constructor (const) ... 227 try successful
> [hash_multiset] :testing range insertion at random position (weak) ... 576 try successful
> [hash_multiset] :testing default constructor (const) ... 2 try successful
> [hash_multiset] :testing iterator range n-size constructor (const) ... 472 try successful
> [hash_multiset] :testing copy constructor (const) ... 198 try successful
> [hash_multiset] :testing assignment operator (weak) ... 197 try successful
> EH test : rope
> [rope] :testing single insertion at random position (weak) ... eh_test_d in free(): error: chunk is already free
> Abort trap (core dumped)
> gmake: *** [eh_test_d.out] Erreur 134
> *** Error code 2
>  
> Stop in /usr/ports/devel/stlport-icc.

Failing exception handling test is a known issue, either ignore it and
install anyway or stick to ICC 7 for now.

> 
> BTW, to use libraries from ports (math/fftw for instance) with icc,
> should I recompile them with icc?
> 

As fftw appears to be plain C there should be no technical reason
(ABI-wise) to recompile. Libraries written in C++ should be recompiled.



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