Compiling of qabstractlayout.cpp takes over 15 to 20 minutes, uses hundreds of megs of memory, and then finally dies spitting out errors.
The errors say there was an internal error from cc1plus and that something was wrong with the assembler input, an invalid instruction 'x'.
Steps to Reproduce:
Qt began to compile and died on qabstractlayout.cpp
Compiled Qt sucessfully.
I am running on a Celeron chip on an HP Pavilion. Also, I get the same problem with Qt 3.3 beta and 3.0.5.
sounds like a problem with the compiler or hardware.
did you try with more recent gcc from the 3.3.2 line?
Try a newer gcc/glibc, and perhaps a newer Qt. Can't fix internal compiler errors from this end, unfortunately.
Turned out to be a mistake on my part: didn't initialize swap. thought i posted such and resolved this already, sorry.