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Re: make 3.78.1: failed assertion at read.c:892

From: Paul D. Smith
Subject: Re: make 3.78.1: failed assertion at read.c:892
Date: Tue, 24 Jul 2001 10:05:56 -0400

%% Moritz Barsnick <address@hidden> writes:

  mb> read.c:892: failed assertion `*p2 != '\0''

This has been fixed in later versions of GNU make.

  mb> Another thing: How about a string indicating that this error is from
  mb> "make"? I was looking for problems with gcc or the mad source, not
  mb> knowing that "make" was failing. E.g.
  mb> make: read.c:892: failed assertion *p2 != '\0''
  mb> instead of
  mb> read.c:892: failed assertion *p2 != '\0''

The format of the string WRT the file name and line number, etc. is
determined by the compiler in the assert() macro.  There's nothing GNU
make can do to impact the output.

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