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Fwd: configure (AutoConf 2.64) crashes for ZILE 2.3.10 (further weak att

From: Rugxulo
Subject: Fwd: configure (AutoConf 2.64) crashes for ZILE 2.3.10 (further weak attempt at DJGPP compile)
Date: Tue, 11 Aug 2009 20:17:47 +0000

I have tried this in various setups, on Vista, XP, even under DOSEMU.
So please, don't tell me I didn't give it an honest shake.   :-)   But
for some reason, ever since Reuben (rrt) upgraded to AutoConf 2.64 for
Zile, it just bombs out when using DJGPP Bash. Ugh, I have no idea.
:-/   Note that he took a look at my config.log and didn't find
anything (no surprise). Plus, I'm not sure it's kosher to attach files
to this GNU address, so I won't. But feel free to request it if you're
curious. (P.S. Why the heck is DOSEMU + FreeDOS only in "Multiverse"??
GPL isn't free enough??)

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Rugxulo <address@hidden>
Date: Tue, Aug 11, 2009 at 4:40 PM
Subject: Re: ZILE 2.3.9 (weak but successful attempt at DJGPP 2.04 compile)
To: Reuben Thomas <address@hidden>

Hi again, quick reply this time,

On Tue, Aug 11, 2009 at 9:35 AM, Reuben Thomas<address@hidden> wrote:
> If you have no success with this, a config.log would be nice.

On XP, it aborts at the same place, but instead of silently, it
actually GPFs, oddly enough:

checking whether we are using the GNU C compiler... Exiting due to signal SIGSEG
General Protection Fault at eip=00025bee
eax=666e6f63 ebx=001d23f8 ecx=00000000 edx=001a3e40 esi=983dfadd edi=10316051
ebp=001a36cc esp=001a36b0 program=c:\djgpp\bin\sh.exe
cs: sel=01ff  base=02b70000  limit=002effff
ds: sel=0207  base=02b70000  limit=002effff
es: sel=0207  base=02b70000  limit=002effff
fs: sel=01d7  base=00017c90  limit=0000ffff
gs: sel=0217  base=00000000  limit=0010ffff
ss: sel=0207  base=02b70000  limit=002effff
App stack: [001a7dd0..000a7dd4]  Exceptn stack: [000a7418..000a54d8]

Call frame traceback EIPs:

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