Re[2]: UPC with Sun backend compiler

From: Andreev Nikita (
Date: Mon Dec 21 2009 - 23:41:41 PST

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    I tried compiling without dbg_inst and opt_inst and it went w\o errors.
    But when I compile UPC apps it shows warnings (attachment). I also saw
    these warnings during runtime compilation. It creates executables and
    runs well though.
    > Nikita,
    >   We have successfully used various older Sun compilers for Linux, but
    > nothing as recent as what you report.  I will look into this some more
    > when I can.  However, the error message after a large number of warnings is
    >     "/home/nikita/install/berkeley_upc-2.10.0/upcr_profile.c", line 36:
    > left operand must be modifiable lvalue: op "="
    > but line 36 is
    >     return info;
    > which certainly doesn't contain any "=";
    > -Paul
    > Andreev Nikita wrote:
    >> Hi,
    >> I'm trying to build BUPC 2.10.0 on HPC cluster built from Sun X2200 M2
    >> machines usind Sun compiler (Sun Ceres Studio IDE 9.0 Linux_i386
    >> 2009/03/06) as a backend.
    >> It configures ok but always builds with errors. I tried suncc, sunc89
    >> and sunc99 compilers with no luck. Top level directory config.log,
    >> make.log and configure line is in the attachment.
    >> I'm also using Paul H. Hargrove's dbg_inst.patch but it can't create
    >> any problems.
    >> Does Berkeley UPC support Sun compiler as a backend?
    >> Nikita

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