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Old 11 March 2014, 19:15   #1
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SAS/C 6.50 Compiler crash

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I am restoring my system after a hard drive change and i have a problem with SAS/C 6.50: the compiler crash when try execute a make file. I tried delete the SC drawer and reinstall from original disks but the problem persists. I tried disable the accelerator card and , to my surprise, the compiler operates without problems and create the executable file. Therefore, ask me if is SAS /C 6.50 incompatible with 68030 systems?

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Old 11 March 2014, 20:47   #2
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welcome, SAS/C should work on 030.
you can start with a ram-test:
http://amiga.resource.cx/install/M1230XA-101.dms MBRTest-2 ( disk does not autoboot )
http://aminet.net/package/util/misc/Amnesia12
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cleaning the expansion connector and pins with isopropyl alcohol is also a possibility.

edit: a bit exaggerated for just one program not working, but i already wrote halve the text

edit #2: there is sasc 6.58 on the fileserver - maybe more usefull than the ram tests

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Old 11 March 2014, 21:12   #3
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@AmiGuy:

try to increase the stack size first. Not sure about SAS/C but usually compilers need a lot of stack. Try 50000 or 100000.
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Sorry to restart an old topic... but I think I have the same issue with SAS/C 6.00 and WinUAE (recent version)
config1: 68000 2MB chip 8MB Fast => it compiles.
config2: 68020 2MB chip 32MB Z3 Fast => freeze.

So I put a stack of 100000 into the build icon. (icon that launchs sc:c/smake from the workbench) it compiles, but if I close a window on the workbench, it makes a guru 81000005 (corrupt memory list...)
Is there an explanation on this strange behaviour ?

note: the command smake from a shell compiles well in all cases...
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Old 06 November 2018, 13:49   #5
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Sorry to restart an old topic... but I think I have the same issue with SAS/C 6.00 and WinUAE (recent version)
A simple explanation would be a bug in SAS/C 6.00, and to try 6.58 instead, the last version released.
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Old 07 November 2018, 12:42   #6
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A simple explanation would be a bug in SAS/C 6.00, and to try 6.58 instead, the last version released.
thanks Leffmann
SAS/C6.58 + Y2K patch

https://www.dropbox.com/s/rt23fhty36...sc658.lha?dl=1


It compiles at lightspeed now !
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Old 19 July 2019, 23:34   #7
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Thanks for pointing out the 6.58 version. I was having those crashes too and now it compiles great.
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