Possible gcc bug?
costabel at wanadoo.fr
Sun Jun 11 21:00:01 EST 2000
Geoff Hutchison wrote:
> If I'm being a complete moron and doing something silly, please let
> me know and I'll eat my words.
I think you do: You are passing over the array bounds. If I remember my
C basics (which I never really learned either) correctly,
allows indices running from 0 to loopX-1 and from 0 to loopY-1.
In your first loop
/* Initialize arrays */
for (x = 0; x <= loopX; x++)
for (y = 0; y <= loopY; y++)
field[x][y] = 0.0;
points[maxX * x + y].ptX = x;
points[maxX * x + y].ptY = y;
you are clobbering random memory locations that may be different for
different compiler optimisation levels.
Replace "<=" by "<", and your errors will go away.
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