David James wrote:
> On 10/4/05, Max Bowsher <email@example.com> wrote:
>> David James wrote:
>>> On 10/4/05, firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com> wrote:
>>>> Author: djames
>>>> Date: Tue Oct 4 09:52:26 2005
>>>> New Revision: 16449
>>>> Ensure that all python modules import libsvn._core before importing
>>>> any other modules, so that the initialization code is run in the
>>>> order (thus preventing segfaults). We can't implement this trick in
>>>> so we do it by postprocessing the SWIG output files.
>>>> * build/generator/gen_make.py
>>>> (Generator.write): Update generated *.py files to import libsvn._core
>>> Here's a test case:
>>> python -c "import svn.wc"
>> That fix is _reeeaaaaly_ hacky :-(
>> Also, why is it needed at all?
> I hope that this fix is not necessary, or that we can find a different
> way of implementing it. :)
>> The testcase completes successfully for me without this revision, plus, I
>> manually examined the generated .py files and found that _core was being
>> imported soon enough anyway without this fix.
> Is it? On my machine, libsvn/wc.py starts like this:
> # This file was created automatically by SWIG.
> # Don't modify this file, modify the SWIG interface instead.
> # This file is compatible with both classic and new-style classes.
> import _wc
> Oops! We imported _wc before importing _core. I'm not sure why
> importing _wc before _core leads to crashes on my machine now -- it
> used to work fine.
Could you try using gdb to figure out where it crashes?
It does not crash for me, nor would I expect it to, as no use of APR is made
in the _wc initialization function.
In an "import svn.wc" situation, APR will be initialized when the "import
core" statement in libsvn.wc executes, which follows immediately (except for
some pure python swig internal definitions) after the "import _wc".
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Received on Tue Oct 4 18:01:03 2005