|From:||Dr . Jürgen Sauermann|
|Subject:||Re: [Bug-apl] Deep Hack Mode|
|Date:||Thu, 1 Aug 2019 15:00:12 +0200|
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after looking into your log file, I can see that a local variable 'elm' is poped (aka.
unlocalized) one time more than pushed (localized) which, in theory, can not happen
although it apparently did.
Based on the information in the logfile alone, I cannot tell why this has happened in
your case. For fixing this problem I would need a reliable way to reproduce the fault.
If you want to chase it down on your side, there is a logging facility that tracks the
pushing and poping of local variables:
Log facility ' ... push/pop ' is now ON
For this logging facility to work, you need to enable dynamic logging like:
./configure --enable-maintainer-mode DEVELOP_WANTED=yes
I am afraid that I cannot do more at this point in time. My suspicion is that one of
the many )LOADs or )COPYs shown in the log file failed to properly clean up the )SI stack,
so that the variable 'elm' was a left-over from a previous workspace.
On 7/31/19 7:41 PM, Bill Daly wrote:
Aside from demonstrating my complete inability to write an executable line of code, this log file shows to issues:
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