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Re: 2.9.21: guile stack overflow

From: John Mandereau
Subject: Re: 2.9.21: guile stack overflow
Date: Fri, 06 Oct 2006 22:11:02 +0200

Han-Wen Nienhuys wrote:
> that's strange. I regularly run make web with a 256MB ulimit. Do you 
> have the same problem with the GUB build?  Which GUILE  do you use?

I build Lilypond from CVS on a x86 Fedora Core 5 box, as a dedicated
user "lilycvs". I use GCC 4.1.1 with ccache, fontconfig 2.3.94, pango
1.12.3, fontforge 20060125 (out-of-the-box RPMs), and for LilyPond I
have compiled from the official sources anwww.bourbakd installed in
~/lilycvs GPL-Ghostscript 8.51 and Guile 1.8.0.

It looks like there are left-overs from 2.9.x versions where there was
the memory leak. Please let me ask some newbie questions:

1) Is the following sequence of commands a good way to refresh a cvs
copy and rebuild?

make cvs-clean
cvs up
./autogen.sh --prefix=$HOME
make && make install
make web && make web-install

Strange things sometimes happen. One day make web was failing with a cvs
revision which was used to make a release (the docs had just been
uploaded), and nobody else was reporting a "make web" failure. Issuing
"make clean", "make web-clean" or "make distclean" then building again
didn't help. So I removed my local cvs copy, downloaded it again then I
could build both the binaries and the docs.

2) I haven't tried to build from GUB yet, but I will sooner or later. In
this case, is it better to build as one user and to install the
GUB-binary as another user to test it?

John Mandereau <address@hidden>

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