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[Tinycc-devel] bug in structure initialization

From: Dave Dodge
Subject: [Tinycc-devel] bug in structure initialization
Date: Mon, 8 Nov 2004 19:54:49 -0500
User-agent: Mutt/1.4.2i

I don't know exactly where the bug is.  It seems to come from some
combination of casted and nested structure initializers, returning
structures by value, and the use of 64-bit types.  The following
program compiles, but segfaults at runtime when it attempts the third
style of initialization.  I'm using tcc 0.9.22:

/* the segfault goes away if this is changed to unsigned long */
typedef unsigned long long valtype;

typedef struct { valtype xval; } xtype;

xtype wrap_x(valtype const arg)
        return (xtype){ .xval = arg };

struct ystruct { xtype x; };

int main(void)
        /* this works */
        struct ystruct const y1 = {
                .x = { .xval = 0 }

        /* this works */
        struct ystruct y2;
        y2.x = wrap_x(0);

        /* this segfaults */
        struct ystruct const y3 = {
                .x = wrap_x(0)

        return 0;

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