Borland f1004 internal compiler error

borland f1004 internal compiler error

sprers.eu › internal-compiler-error-. F Internal compiler error at //etc. All the help file says is that the internal logic of the compiler has messed up & that this error. E:\Tools\CBuilder5\Bin>bcc32 sprers.eu Borland C++ for Win32 Copyright (c) , Borland c:sprers.eu: Fatal F c:sprers.eu 3: Internal compiler error. borland f1004 internal compiler error

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biot(Programmer)

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Hallo.
Does anybody have any hints to dealing with this monster?
F Internal compiler error at //etc.

All the help file says is that the internal logic of the compiler has messed up & that this error shouldn't occus in practice.

Ugh!

Cheers,
   Douglas JL

Common sense is what tells you the world is flat.

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Hi,
I installed BCB6Pro and started a project a month ago. Two weeks later, some strange error messages were displayed at the bottom of the IDE. "Unable to invoke Code Parameters due to errors in source". [Linker Fatal error]: sprers.eu(): F International compiler error at 0xc2d98a with base 0xc I simply ignored these messages and kept CodeInsight features active. One week later, an error message was displayed as a message box in the centre of the screen, but I cannot remember the contents of the error message now. Then, sometimes a re-build gave a compiler message, probably in the sprers.eu unit I continued to ignore the messages and finally yesterday, IDE didn't open, giving the following messages: -Access violation at address FE48 in module 'coreidebpl'. Read of address -Access violation at address E2E in module 'bcbcxpbpl'. Read of address -Access violation at address in module 'rtlbpl'. Read of address B60 -Runtime error at BA.
Three hours ago, I had to re-install BCB6Pro. I've deleted all files except *.bpr, *.res, *.cpp, *.h and *.dfm in my project and executed a re-build. During one or two hours I was able to write code and run the project. and saw the CodeInsight features were working correctly. But in the end, I started to receive error messages at the bottom of the IDE: internal compiler error at Unable to invoke Code Parameters due to errors in source code. and in the centre of the screen: Access violation at address 00C2F in module 'sprers.eu' Write of adress The last message is displayed almost every time when I write the code:
"if(" . It's clear that "Code completion" is working.
And, if the last message is displayed, the first re-build causes a compiler error: [C++ Error] sprers.eu(25): E Unrecognized __declspec modifier Other re-builds that follow the first re-build work fine.
What is the sprers.eu? "COMPuter, COMPort, COMPletion " If I replace this file with a newer one, will the problem be solved?
A short time ago I was told to "turn OFF automatic invocation of Code Parameters at Tools

Numerical Recipes Forum > Numerical Recipes Third Edition Forum > General Problems in Using NR3 > Fatal Compiler Error Using Borland C++ 5


Fatal Compiler Error Using Borland C++ 5


When trying to compile "hash.h" with Borland C++ Version 5, I get the following compiler error:

C++ Fatal Error] hash.h(): F Internal compiler error at 0xc1 with base 0x

The error is directed at this section of "hahs.h" ->
===========
template<class keyT, class elT, class hfnT>
struct Hash : Hashtable<keyT, hfnT> {
using Hashtable<keyT,hfnT>::iget;
using Hashtable<keyT,hfnT>::iset;
using Hashtable<keyT,hfnT>::ierase;
vector<elT> els;
.
.
.
============

Is there a work around or solution to this problem.

Thank you for the help,

RBB


davekw7x

, PM

When trying to compile "hash.h" with Borland C++ Version 5

What version compiler?

Older versions ( for example) won't work for me with lots of template stuff. (Some other stuff too.)

A more recent version () compiles OK. (But I haven't tested very much with BorlandI use mostly Linux, but I occasionally use GNU gcc/cygwin on my Windows platforms).

Check for the free download of latest Borland "turbo explorer" from here:
sprers.eu I have used the command line bccexe from this distribution for several nr3 programs.


Dave


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Internal Compiler Errors

There are three kinds of errors that the C++ compiler generates and that are considered to be ICEs:

All three of these errors result from bugs in the compiler. The <filename> and <line> elements are the point in your source code that the compiler was parsing prior to the error, but they may or may not indicate the source of the problem. The <errorcode> element is a specific information to tell the compiler engineers what the compiler was trying to do when the error occurred.

What to do if you encounter an internal compiler error

  1. Remember that your code may not be at fault.
  2. Try a clean build.
  3. Try a command line build.
  4. Analyze the source to narrow the problem.
  5. Submit a bug report.

How to perform a clean build

  1. Right-click the project in the Project Manager and select clean.
  2. Check the directory structure to make sure there are no .obj .tds .dcu .#* or .pch files associated with your project.
  3. Choose Build from the Project menu.

How to do a command line build

  1. You can copy the command line of the compiler from the Output tab in the messages pane and use that in a command shell or
  2. Choose the "Rad Studio Command Prompt" from your start menu and then type msbuild sprers.eu

How to analyze the source code

If neither a clean build nor a command line build resolves the problem, you may want to analyze the source code to narrow down the problem.

  1. Preprocess the file mentioned in the error message. This can be done by right-clicking the file in the Project Manager and choosing preprocess, or by going to the command line and replacing the compiler (such as bccexe) with the preprocessor (cppexe) in the command to compile the file. This will generate a file with no external dependencies for compilation. It might be a very large file.
  2. Compile the preprocessed file with the -P switch. If this is sufficient to reproduce the problem, you may go straight to step 4.
  3. If the .i file compiled correctly, you may need additional switches to reproduce the problem. Recompile the .i file adding any switches used for the original command line build until you determine which switches are needed to reproduce the problem.
  4. This is enough information to file a bug report. If you do not wish to narrow down the problem any further, please go to the instructions to file a bug report.
  5. You can delete anything after the line where the error occurs and any comments.
  6. Start to comment out function bodies and other portions of code that may not have anything to do with the problem.
  7. As you determine portions that are not necessary to reproduce the problem, you may delete those sections from the .i file.
  8. Once you have narrowed down the code necessary to reproduce the problem, you can then submit a bug report and analyze the type of constructs used to try and find a workaround.

How to file a bug report:

  1. File a new bug report using Quality Portal at sprers.eu.
  2. Choose C++Builder as the project.
  3. Choose Compiler/C++ as the area.
  4. Enter the command line needed to reproduce the error in the steps of the bug.
  5. Attach the .i file.
  6. Click the check mark button to save the report.

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Boost :

Boost logo

{this message is being sent to sprers.euge and to the
boost mailing list}

Hello,

Sometimes, if I use the boost tuples library (sprers.eu) I get:

  F Internal compiler error at 0xCB89 with base 0x

in code that could be considered unrelated to the tuples library.

Today I've been able to boil down the problem to the following:

Consider:

#pragma hdrfile "csm\sprers.eu"
#include<boost/tuple/sprers.eu>
#pragma hdrstop

int main(int , char* [])
{
  return 0;
}

The following occurs both with Builder C++ Update pack #1 and bccexe
(free compiler) with update pack #2.

If I compile this for the first time so that the precompiled header is
initially generated, there is no problem.
If I compile it again, so that the precompiled header IS USED, I get the
internal compiler error shown above.

Indeed, the problem is related to the precompiled header initially generated
or its usage.

I played with the compiler options and found that the problem occurs *only*
if debug information is used (option: -v).
AFAIK, there's no other compiler option that affects this outcome.

Does anyone know of a workaround? Unfortunately, I just can't leave debug
information off while using this library in production code, and I really
would like to seriously use it.

TIA,

-- Fernando Cacciola Sierra s.r.l. fcacciola_at_[hidden] sprers.eu

Boost list run by bdawes at sprers.eu, gregod at sprers.eu, cpdaniel at sprers.eu, john at sprers.eu

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Boost :

Boost logo

{this message is being sent to sprers.euge and to the
boost mailing list}

Hello,

Sometimes, if I use the boost tuples library (sprers.eu) I get:

  F Internal compiler error at 0xCB89 with base 0x

in code that could be considered unrelated to the tuples library.

Today I've been able to boil down the problem to the following:

Consider:

#pragma hdrfile "csm\sprers.eu"
#include<boost/tuple/sprers.eu>
#pragma hdrstop

int main(intchar* [])
{
  return 0;
}

The following occurs both with Builder C++ Update pack #1 and bccexe
(free compiler) with update pack #2.

If I compile this for the first time so that the precompiled header is
initially generated, there is no problem.
If I compile it again, borland f1004 internal compiler error, so that the precompiled header IS USED, I get the
internal compiler error shown above.

Indeed, the problem is related to the precompiled header initially error xntpd is way too large
or its usage.

I played with the compiler options and found that the problem occurs *only*
if debug information is used (option: -v).
AFAIK, there's no other compiler option that affects this outcome.

Does anyone know of a workaround? Unfortunately, I just can't leave debug
information off while using this library in production code, and I really
would like to seriously use it.

TIA,

-- Fernando Cacciola Sierra s.r.l. fcacciola_at_[hidden] sprers.eu

Boost list run by bdawes at sprers.eu, gregod at sprers.eu, cpdaniel at sprers.eu, john at sprers.eu

Error when compiling sprers.eu

Hi! Wildly sorry! Help a beginner.

I install BCC55 - test cases were normal. I unzip the sprers.eu into the main directory of BCC I specify path where everything is include-files and other.

sprers.eu get from: sprers.eu

But compiling say me 'error in line'

Fatal F C: \ Borland \ BCC55 \ opencv \ modules \ core \ include \ opencv2 / core / sprers.eu Borland f1004 internal compiler error compiler error at 0xa with base 0x

Fatal F C: \ Borland \ BCC55 \ opencv \ modules \ core \ borland f1004 internal compiler error \ opencv2 / core / sprers.eu Internal compiler error

line in sprers.eu-file:

template<int l=""> Matx(const Matx<_Tp, m, miranda vkontakte unknown error during sign in a, const Matx<_Tp, l, n>& b, borland f1004 internal compiler error, Matx_MatMulOp);

In this file, I have not touched or changed, the file in the application This template line, but I have not yet strong Please help!

Excuse me In line of sprers.eu-file after l not ="" Site added this itself

Hi,
I installed BCB6Pro and started a project a month ago. Two weeks later, some strange error messages were displayed at the bottom of the IDE. "Unable to invoke Code Parameters due to errors in source". [Linker Fatal error]: sprers.eu(): F International compiler error at 0xc2d98a with base 0xc I simply ignored these messages and kept CodeInsight features active. One week later, an error message was displayed as a message box in the centre of the screen, but I cannot remember the contents of the error message now. Then, sometimes a re-build gave a compiler message, probably in the sprers.eu unit I continued to ignore the messages and finally yesterday, IDE didn't borland f1004 internal compiler error, giving the following messages: -Access violation at address FE48 in module 'coreidebpl'. Read of address -Access violation at address E2E in module 'bcbcxpbpl'. Read of address -Access violation at address in module 'rtlbpl'. Read of address B60 -Runtime error at BA.
Three hours ago, I had to re-install BCB6Pro. I've deleted all files except *.bpr, *.res, *.cpp, *.h and *.dfm in my project and executed a re-build. During one or two hours I was able to write code and run the project. and saw the Allowoverride all htaccess internal server error features were working correctly. But in the end, I started to receive error messages at the bottom of the IDE: internal compiler error at Unable to invoke Code Parameters due to errors in source code. and in the centre of the screen: Access violation at address 00C2F in module 'sprers.eu' Write of adress The last message is displayed almost every time when I write the code:
"if(". It's clear that "Code completion" is working.
And, if the last message is displayed, borland f1004 internal compiler error, the first re-build causes a compiler error: [C++ Error] sprers.eu(25): E Unrecognized __declspec modifier Other re-builds that follow the first re-build work fine.
What is the sprers.eu? "COMPuter, COMPort, COMPletion " If I replace this file with a newer one, will the problem be solved?
A short time ago I was told to "turn OFF automatic invocation of Code Parameters at Tools

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Internal compiler error F

Internal compiler error F

biot(Programmer)

(OP)

Hallo.
Does anybody have any hints to dealing with this monster?
F Internal compiler error at //etc.

All the help file says is that the internal logic of the compiler has messed up & that this error shouldn't occus in practice.

Ugh!

Cheers,
   Douglas JL

Common sense is what tells you the world is flat.

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Autor: Thorsten Schöning
Data: 
Para: pcre-dev
Asunto: [pcre-dev] [Bug ] New: using std::make_pair triggers internal compiler error F in BCB 6 in pcre_stringpiece_sprers.eu

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sprers.eu?id= Summary: using std::make_pair triggers internal compiler error F in BCB 6 in pcre_stringpiece_sprers.eu Product: PCRE Version: Platform: Other OS/Version: Windows Status: NEW Severity: bug Priority: medium Component: Code AssignedTo: [email protected]??? ReportedBy: [email protected]??? CC: [email protected]???


Created an attachment (id=)
--> (sprers.eu?id=)
redefine make_pair to std::make_pair in BCB 6

Hello,

I don't know why, again ;-), but in BCB 6 I had to change using std::make_pair
in the file pcre_stringpiece_sprers.eu to redefine make_pair canon e27 error mp198
std::make_pair or I get an internal compiler error F Borland didn't tell
what this error means, but it occured on two installations. In BCB 5 everything
works finde.

Index: pcre_stringpiece_sprers.eu =================================================================== pcre_stringpiece_sprers.eu (Revision ) +++ pcre_stringpiece_sprers.eu (Arbeitskopie) @@ ,9 +25,15 @@ } while (0)

using std::map;
-using std::make_pair;
using pcrecpp::StringPiece;

+// using std::make_pair triggers internal compiler error Borland f1004 internal compiler error in BCB 6.
+#if defined(__BORLANDC__) && (__BORLANDC__ >= 0x)
+#define make_pair(a, b) std::make_pair(a, b)
+#else
+using std::make_pair;
+#endif
+
static void CheckSTLComparator() {
string s1("foo");
string s2("bar");
@@ ,3 +,5 @@
printf("OK\n");
return 0;
}
+
+


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Configure bugmail: sprers.eu?tab=email

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Posted in reply to Josh Soref



On Mon, 02 JulJosh Soref wrote: > yeah i'm dreaming, but i'd still like to see it happen. right now i have a testfile from mozilla that won't build w/ dmc (or bcw). >> this 'file' (it's actually the trimmed preprocessed output from ms cl for > some file in mozilla) using the preprocessor output from ms vc++ probably isn't a good idea - you should have a look at nscore.h for some compiler capability defines: In particular you should undef HAVE_CPP_MODERN_SPECIALIZE_TEMPLATE_SYNTAX, HAVE_CPP_EXPLICIT, HAVE_CPP_TYPENAME (and probably others) for dm8.x. > -sc digital mars B2n (from CD)- > sprers.eu() : Error: identifier or '( declarator )' expected > template <> I think just deleting "template <>" will be fine in this case (but the C++ capability defines should already take care of that). bye, Christof -- sprers.eu Jabber: [email protected] mailto cmeerw at sprers.eu ICQ:Yahoo!: cmeerw and what have you contributed to the Net?

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