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Re: boehm-gc troubles with 2.0.11 on NetBSD/i386

From: Greg Troxel
Subject: Re: boehm-gc troubles with 2.0.11 on NetBSD/i386
Date: Tue, 22 Apr 2014 09:01:56 -0400
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A partial update:

  I am using 2.0.11 now.

  After updating to libgc 7.4.0, I have the same problem with a similar
  stack trace.  libgc is built without threads and passes it's "gmake

  I have the same problem with libgc 7.4.0 on netbsd-5/i386 (libgc
  passes gmake check on this combination also).

  On netbsd-5/i386, I tried to build libgc and guile with threads, but
  it failed to link with tls_get_addr.  This is likely a known lack of
  support in netbsd-5 which AFAIK doesn't provide thread-local storage.

  I haven't yet compiled libgc and guile with debugging symbols and
  without optimization; I realize that's what I need to do to figure
  this out.  I read a bit of the code to get started understanding the
  boot sequence.

  It seems there is detection of stack growth detection.  I wonder if
  that's somehow going astray.

I am curious if others are having success on other *BSD, and which
versions and architectures.

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