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Debug stabstrings generated with the -g compiler option are using a stab type that has not yet been defined. This is causing the -bstabcmpct:2 linker option to encounter an error while interpreting the stabstrings: ld: 0711-393 STABSTRING ERROR: Symbol table entry 22, object file /home/test.o A stabstring refers to type 13, which is not defined. Using the 'dump -t test.o' utility shows:  m 0x00000000 -2 0 0x8c 0x0000 :t14=ar0;1;3;13 , where the '13' is a type that has not yet been defined. The missing type is related to declaring an array using a passed subroutine parameter, i.e. SUBROUTINE TEST1(VAR1,VAR2) INTEGER*2 VAR1,VAR2(3,VAR1)
PROBLEM DESCRIPTION: The linker stabstring compact feature encounters an issue with improper forward references for arrays with variable bound. USERS AFFECTED: Users of -g and -bstabcmpct:2
The generation of stabstrings for variable bound arrays was corrected.
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