[Vm-dev] Squeak crash
John M McIntosh
johnmci at smalltalkconsulting.com
Thu May 14 18:17:46 UTC 2009
Well assuming you have build a closure based VM, then you should turn
on the balance checks.
change in the interp.c also ensure the gunified interp.c has the
#define DoBalanceChecks 0
#define DoBalanceChecks 1
If you see in sysout
"Stack unbalanced after"
The you are guaranteed a VM crash with the closure VMs
On 14-May-09, at 12:58 AM, Gwenael Casaccio wrote:
> On Wednesday 13 May 2009 19:47:19 John M McIntosh wrote:
>> You'll need to supply a bit more information. mac, windows, unix?
>> what steps (detailed) did you take to build the VM
>> On 13-May-09, at 7:36 AM, Gwenael Casaccio wrote:
>>> I've built my own version of Squeak (with a personal plugin) and
>>> when I've
>>> launched it, I can see the environment but after 5 sec Squeak
>>> Segmentation fault
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> Yes sorry, I use the lastest unix vm. And I use the classical way to
> I've created a src dir with the vmmaker (the lastest version).
> I've generated a few numbers of plugins and do the classical ./
> configure; make.
> Oh yes I've forget I use a pharo image the pharo0.1-10250dev09.03.2
> GtkLauncher for GNU Smalltalk : http://gtklauncher.bioskop.fr/
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