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Re: Crash in python bindings on windows (in apache)

From: Branko ─îibej <brane_at_xbc.nu>
Date: 2005-10-19 21:13:32 CEST

David James wrote:

>On 10/19/05, Marc Haesen <Marc.Haesen@telindus.be> wrote:
>>I have just updated my working copy to revision 16815 and after applying
>>the attached patch (to solve a compilation problem in windows), it seems
>>not to crash anymore in apache with mod_python.
>>In the patch.txt I have just removed the line (void) pool;
>>It can also replaced by pool=pool; to avoid a warning.
>This is fantastic news, Marc. I have followed your suggested approach,
>using pool = pool, to avoid a warning in r16817. Thanks so much for
>your help and your patience!
I'd really like to know what sort of Windows compile problem the "(void)
pool" thing caused. This is an idiom we've been using throughout the
code to silence warnings about unused variables. Changing this single
isntance is nonsense, especially since the "compile problem" report
wasn't exactly enlightening.

-- Brane

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