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[gforth] ORDER bug

From: Josh Grams
Subject: [gforth] ORDER bug
Date: Sat, 12 Nov 2011 22:03:57 -0500
User-agent: Mutt/1.5.18 (2008-05-17)

I usually try to take a stab at fixing bugs myself, but I'm not sure
where to start with this one...

This happens both on my stock 0.7.0 and the CVS 0.7 (looks like I built
that on Oct. 15).

For some reason, above a particular address, doing the following fails
with an invalid memory address:

1088 allot wordlist >order order 
:1: Invalid memory address
1088 allot wordlist >order >>>order<<<
$B7945C88 @ 
$B7948F48 >does-code 
$B7945724 interpret/compile? 
$B7945788 (cfa>int) 
$B7945888 (x>int) 
$B79501B0 name>int 
$B7950258 .voc 
$B7947EEC execute 

On 0.7.0, `216 allot` is the last safe address, and on my CVS version it
is `1084 allot`.

If you create a new definition after defining the wordlist, then ORDER
works fine again.


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