Taylan Ulrich B.
taylanbayirli at gmail.com
Fri Jul 20 12:00:35 PDT 2012
Ivan Maidanski <ivmai at mail.ru> writes:
> Hi Taylan,
> Thu, 19 Jul 2012 22:51:00 +0200 "Taylan Ulrich B." <taylanbayirli at gmail.com>:
>> Hi Ivan,
>> Thanks for the snapshot, it compiled without problems. However, the bug
> The following bug persists, right? :
>>>> In addition to all that, and I doubt this is relevant, I've found that
>>>> leaktest will *sometimes* fail, due to GC_err_printf.
>>>> It seems to never fail when stdout and stderr are redirected to a file.
>>>> In emacs's eterm, which is slow, it seems to always fail.
>>>> In plain urxvt, there seems to be a small chance that it will fail.
>>>> The generated backtraces differ, except that GC_abort is always called
>>>> from the last line of GC_err_printf, via ABORT("write to stderr failed").
Yes, that one.
> If yes, I'll suggest you another solution.
>> (On another note, the new disclaim_test fails with the "sp not set"
>> error like gctest and threadleaktest.)
> PS. Please quote the original message when you reply (otherwise it makes harder to follow the topic).
OK, sorry, haven't used mailing lists much in my life. :)
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