|Bill Allombert on Mon, 17 Nov 2003 16:19:54 +0100|
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|Re: nffactor() bug|
> When I wanted to tried building a debugging binary on the same platform (via Configure -g) I got this compilation error: > > ../src/kernel/none/mp.c: In function `muluu': > ../src/kernel/none/mp.c:620: `asm' operand requires impossible reload As far as I can tell this bug is due to a register starvation in gcc. Compiling this file with -O fix the problem (probably the optimised code use less registers). It is not clear whether it a bug or a limitation in gcc or a bug in PARI. The problem with the functions returning `int' on 64bit is not solved yet. Maybe it is time do implement something ? Cheers, Bill.