[squeak-dev] Re: Process bug introduced in 3.10

Michael van der Gulik mikevdg at gmail.com
Tue Jun 10 21:38:26 UTC 2008

On Tue, Jun 10, 2008 at 9:20 AM, <bryce at kampjes.demon.co.uk> wrote:

> Andreas Raab writes:
>  > Of course, if I'd ever learn how to spell "timeout" correctly, I might
>  > find out that that's not the problem. Back to the drawing board... (but
>  > I'm still not convinced that the problem isn't somewhere in the nested
>  > unwind-protect stuff).
> It definately looks like it's caused by the changes to Delay>>wait.
>  wait
>        "Schedule this Delay, then wait on its semaphore. The current
>         process will be suspended for the amount of time specified
>         when this Delay was created."
>        self schedule.
>        [delaySemaphore wait] ifCurtailed:[self unschedule].
> If I comment out the "self unschedule" it works reliably. If I replace
> the "self unschedule" with "Processor yield" the bug occurs but takes
> a few more iterations (about 10 instead of 1 or two).

Is this bug recorded on bugs.squeak.org?


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