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Re: [Gnu-arch-users] arch/tla on cygwin (again)

From: John A Meinel
Subject: Re: [Gnu-arch-users] arch/tla on cygwin (again)
Date: Wed, 13 Apr 2005 21:11:07 -0500
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Bob Tanner wrote:

On Tuesday 12 April 2005 10:27 pm, John A Meinel wrote:
export A="address@hidden"
tla get $A/dists--pcomp tla-pcomp
cd tla-pcomp
tla build-config config

Using your tla-dos-1.3.1b.tar.bz2 I get a core dump.

Primary key fingerprint: 0EC0 8DF8 7697 5B90 CB4A  2855 25D7 8109 848D 0003
* from import revision: address@hidden/tar--mainline-- * patching for revision: address@hidden/tar--pcomp--1.13.25--base-0 * patching for revision: address@hidden/tar--pcomp--1.13.25--patch-1 * patching for revision: address@hidden/tar--pcomp--1.13.25--patch-2 * patching for revision: address@hidden/tar--pcomp--1.13.25--patch-3
Segmentation fault (core dumped)

$ ulimit

I do not see the core file, I'm pretty new to cygwin, so not sure how close it tries to be like unix/linux, but I thought with an unlimited ulimit I'd get a core file.
Thanks for the heads up. Where did you end up installing the files? I realized after the fact that diff3 hard-codes the location of diff when it is compiled, so you actually need to unpack them into /usr/local/bin.

Make sure "ulimit -c" is also unlimited, and it doesn't create a "core" it creates something more like "tla.exe.stackdump".

Unfortunately, in my experience this isn't a valid gdb coredump.

But you can also run:

gdb --args tla get address@hidden/tar--pcomp tar
And see what happens.

I'm going to try running here and see what I get.

Also, I just logged on to IRC ( #arch) so if you are online, you can get me there.


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