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Re: Possible Problem with JavaHL in 1.3.0 RC2

From: Patrick Mayweg <mayweg_at_qint.de>
Date: 2005-11-02 15:02:29 CET

Hi Mark,
that does not help much. The instruction pointer points into the code of
the C++ Outpuuter class. This class is not used by either of the methods
which crash.
Since the normal tests do not crash, I think it code depend on your
repository. It was same with the stack overflow on merge. Didyou use a
public repository for your tests?
It is a NULL-Pointer in the native code.
Regards,
Patrick
Mark Phippard wrote:

>Joseph Galbraith <galb@vandyke.com> wrote on 11/01/2005 06:36:40 PM:
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>
>
>>MSVC can indeed produce a link map (/MAP or /MAP:filename to the
>>linker.)
>>
>>
>
>OK, I rebuilt the DLL with the MAP file. I then did a checkout, update
>and commit, each of which crashed the JVM and produced a dump file. I
>have posted a zip file with the 3 dumps and the MAP file. Hopefully that
>will provide more clues.
>
>The zip file is 138 Kb and you can get it here:
>
>http://support.softlanding.com/download/javahl.zip
>
>I am going to see if I can get Ubuntu setup to test this.
>
>Thanks
>
>Mark
>
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