It seems there is a problem with this GCC version. I will look into it later, for now can you try with clang?
How do you know that I used GCC for the compilation because I did not find any references to GCC? It’s just to understand how it works.
The error output is typical to gcc. Also, the cp/pt.c is the c++ (directory cp) parameterized types (file pt.c, means c++ template) of the gcc compiler.
I used clang and it worked.
Thank you for your help and for your availability.
Awesome, also thanks for reporting this GCC bug. If you don’t mind marking this discussion as solved, it may help others.
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