Please Vote: Exercises in TDPL?
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Sun May 17 08:18:04 PDT 2009
Daniel Keep wrote:
> Don wrote:
>> Do you think it might be bug 1439? (note that the test case probably
>> doesn't work any more, since Walter started hashing ultra-long mangled
>> names, but the point remains that there's a (narrow) range of symbol
>> lengths which will kill OPTLINK). Or yet another instance of bug 424? Or
>> is likely to be something else? (IE, is your code template-heavy?)
>> I can't make bug 2817 crash, and it's the only other plausible optlink
>> segfault in bugzilla.
> I don't think it's 1439. The crash actually only shows up when I use -g
> or -gc when I'm compiling. If I leave that off, it's fine.
> It's when I try to use tango.math.random.Random that it starts crashing.
> I can use one method from that module, it's fine. If I try to use more
> than one, it blows up. Note that it's quantity, not a specific symbol.
> Plus, if I compile the module with just a dummy main method, it's fine.
> It MIGHT be 424. I'm getting the crash at EIP=004244FB. I'm not
> getting a fixups error message, if that's part of the symptoms, though.
> My code isn't "template-heavy" (at least, not by my standards), but the
> Random module does appear to be.
> I'm toying with a little OMF dumper program at the moment. I suppose
> that's the easiest way to see if I'm hitting the fixup limit...
You could try objconv from www.agner.org. Might work.
> Incidentally, if Walter or yourself would like the object files causing
> the crash, I can provide those (probably via private email). I just
> can't upload it generally since it's a private project.
> -- Daniel
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