Re: GTK+ tests
Thanks for your answer.
But my problem is not really why I get "Illegal instruction (core
dumped)" But rather how can I understand the process of compilation and
I search documentations on that because I don't find about that on
internet and GTK's site.
On 18/01/2016 00:14, Daniel Kasak wrote:
> Ouch! I'm certainly not an expert in this area, but since you don't
> have any replies yet, I thought I'd help as best I can ...
> The error: "Illegal instruction (core dumped)" sounds to me like a
> compilation issue. You would get this error, for example, if you
> compiled for a target CPU that had instructions that aren't supported
> by your current CPU. It would help if you gave details of your target
> CPU ( cat /proc/cpu ), and compiler flags you used to build.
> On Fri, Jan 15, 2016 at 10:56 PM, FAURE, MAXIMILIEN
> <maximilien.faure@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> I try to port GTK+ on AIX. I succed to compile it but I don't know why,
>> tests failed (with the error : Illegal instruction (core dumped))
>> I would like to know where we can found documents which explain the
>> process when we type "make check" in order to can control and execute
>> just one test.
>> best regards,
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