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Failed to compile the MIT amalgamated gcc.c into a x86 ELF binary (internal error: 04010022_1238)

Kaiyuan
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The source code is at https://people.csail.mit.edu/smcc/projects/single-file-programs/gcc.c.bz2 

The icc version I used was v19.1.1.219

The command I used was: "icc gcc.c -O2 -m32 --save-temps -g -Wno-error -lm -o gcc"

The compilation failed because of: "gcc.c(660840) (col. 1): internal error: 04010022_1238"

 

I have tried targeting x64 ELF, and it did not have this problem.

By using "-O0" and "-O1" instead of -O2 for x86, the compilation did succeed.

 

The compilation was run under a clean x64 ubuntu 20.04 docker container with only intel-sw-tools and its dependencies installed. The host machine has 128G RAM.

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GouthamK_Intel
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Hi,

Thanks for providing the suggestion and required details!

We are able to reproduce the issue on our end.

We are forwarding your issue to the concerned team.



Thanks & Regards

Goutham


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GouthamK_Intel
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Hi,

Thanks for reaching out to us!

We tried to reproduce the issue on Ubuntu 18.04, we are getting the following errors.


$ icc gcc.c -O2 -m32 --save-temps -g -Wno-error -lm -o gcc


gcc.c(50400): warning #47: incompatible redefinition of macro "__NO_STRING_INLINES"

 #define __NO_STRING_INLINES

     ^


In file included from /usr/include/features.h(448),

         from /usr/include/libintl.h(23),

         from gcc.c(1524):

/usr/include/x86_64-linux-gnu/gnu/stubs.h(7): catastrophic error: cannot open source file "gnu/stubs-32.h"

 # include <gnu/stubs-32.h>

              ^


compilation aborted for gcc.c (code 4)



However, we will test it on Ubuntu 20.04.

We working on your issue at our end, we will get back to you soon.



Thanks & Regards

Goutham


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Kaiyuan
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It seems to me that the x86 version of libc is missing. Did you install "libc6-dev-i386" and "g++-multilib" in your system?

I have also posted the compiler installation part of the Dockerfile I used to for my investigation. Hope it can help you regenerate this error.

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GouthamK_Intel
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Hi,

Thanks for providing the suggestion and required details!

We are able to reproduce the issue on our end.

We are forwarding your issue to the concerned team.



Thanks & Regards

Goutham


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Viet_H_Intel
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I've reported this bug to our Developer. Thanks,


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Viet_H_Intel
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Hi,


Our developer has decided not to fix this bug. Hence I am going to close this thread.


Thanks,


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