On Sat, Mar 22, 2008 at 07:24:33PM +0200, Mikael Ikivesi wrote:
> #include
> #include
>
> #define max_word_len 64
>
> wchar_t *wrong(wchar_t *wordlist, wchar_t *word)
> { wchar_t buffer[max_word_len+2];
> buffer[max_word_len+2]=0;
>
>
>
> if(wcsstr(wordlist,buffer)==0) wcscpy(wordlist,buffer);
>
>
>
> return wordlist;
> }


There's an off-by-one error in your code, which is very likely tickling
a bug in gcc.

That said, gcc shouldn't crash or be generating working code depending
upon which optimisation flags you use, so as Kris said, file a bug with
the gcc team for that.

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