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From: "Edward F. Sowell" <sowelled AT home DOT com>
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Subject: Large compile files cause fault
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Date: Fri, 19 Mar 1999 03:50:34 GMT
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I have experienced GPFs when trying to compile files > 1Mb. There is
no messgae from g++; Windows just reports the GPF and
the DOS box it is running in is killed.

I suspect it's running out of stack/heap. Is there a switch
like th -Zm switch in VC++ that tells it to use a bigger one?

Is this a known problem?

Ed Sowell

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