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Re: [Bug-apl] Built GNU Apl Under Windows Linux

From: Juergen Sauermann
Subject: Re: [Bug-apl] Built GNU Apl Under Windows Linux
Date: Thu, 04 Aug 2016 13:29:34 +0200
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Hi Mike,

thanks, fixed in SVN 783.

This problem is actually not related to Windows but was caused by a new internal
consistency check that was introduced lately.

/// J├╝rgen

On 08/04/2016 02:56 AM, Mike Duvos wrote:

GNU APL configures, makes, and installs fine under Windows Subsystem
for Linux.  However, when I try to import that little workspace I
wrote a while back to calculate PI to 5000 digits, I get the

Assertion failed: 0
in Function:      assign
in file:          Symbol.cc:135

Call stack:

-- Stack trace at Symbol.cc:135
0x7ff850de1f45 __libc_start_main
0x4460a5  main
0x5698bd   Workspace::immediate_execution(bool)
0x487cb9    Command::process_line()
0x487bc5     Command::process_line(UCS_string&)
0x487464      Command::do_APL_command(std::ostream&, UCS_string&)
0x47f655       Command::cmd_IN(std::ostream&, std::vector<UCS_string,
std::allocator<UCS_string> >&, bool)
0x47f42b        Command::transfer_context::process_record(unsigned
char const*, std::vector<UCS_string, std::allocator<UCS_st
ring> > const&)
std::allocator<UCS_string> > const&) const
0x53327b          Quad_CT::assign(Value_P, bool, char const*)
0x52f278           Symbol::assign(Value_P, bool, char const*)
0x45527f            do_Assert(char const*, char const*, char const*, int)

Additionally, setxkbmap doesn't appear to work when Linux is running
under Windows.



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