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Re: Dynamic array bounds problem

On Wed, 24 Dec 2008 19:05:57 +0100, Jonas Maebe wrote:
> That's a very good point to make. I tried to follow the instructions at 
> I've installed git on my MacBook, checked out everything there (and the 
> git from Fink apparently does know -tb, so now I also know that it means 
> "track branch") and compiled it there (it's great that Mac OS X support 
> is being added to mainline gdb!). I did notice that TYPE_DYNAMIC was not 
> in the sources before I explicitly merged in the  
> archer-jankratochvil-vla branch though,

Interesting, these commands create a directory containing "TYPE_DYNAMIC" for
me on git-
$ git clone git://
$ cd archer
$ git checkout -tb archer-jankratochvil-vla origin/archer-jankratochvil-vla

> I discovered that my upper bound expression was wrong: 
> it was missing an initial deref.

See it now, sorry, I was misled by the different layout from Fortran.

> And now everything works perfectly!

Thanks for the test, I was not aware of its applicability on Pascal. :-)


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