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Re: Linux 2.6 i686 icc 9.0 - Daily builds

From: Tor Arntsen <>
Date: Fri, 16 Feb 2007 14:36:26 +0100


On Feb 16, 14:11, "Yang Tse" wrote:
>Report of the daily builds mystery department ;-)
>Three daily builds named "Linux 2.6 i686 icc 9.0" are exhibiting the
>somewhat strange behaviour of issuing warnings #1469 and #593 when
>compiling its own macros FD_SET, FD_ISSET, and FD_ZERO.
>* 593 warns on "variable __d0 was set but never used"
>* 1469 warns on "cc clobber ignored"
>Since the testsuite runs with no problems, I tried to disable this
>warnings for ICC 9.0 with the patch
>But the fact is that the patch makes no difference, we get the same result.
>Looking deeper into the logs we can see the lines "checking for gcc...
>icc", "checking gcc version... 9.1". This is a very good reason for
>the above patch to not work it is only addressing version 9.0.
>Several questions arise.
>Is it icc 9.1 or actually 9.0, or even a 9.1 version with 9.0 headers ?

It's 9.1, the compiler had been updated and I hadn't noticed. Specifically,
it's 91_039. I have now corrected my setup files for the autobuilds, so
from tomorrow on it should at least indicate the correct version in the


>Do I revert previous patch, or wait for further
>investigation/reinstallation/whatever ?

Maybe if changed to test for 9.1 (-dumpversion shows 9.1) it would work,
but as I recall it was the same for 9.0 so maybe you should just add 9.1.
Or we could try to figure out if the warning could be handled some other way.

Received on 2007-02-16