From: Markus Schöpflin (markus.schoepflin_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-10-02 10:59:54
Roland Schwarz wrote:
> Markus Schöpflin wrote:
>> I used that latest RC_1_34_0 from this morning. I just did an update and
>> didn't get any relevant modifications.
> This was the wrong track anyways. I misinterpreted the log info.
> This info (due to negative logic wording) indeed showed that it passed well.
> It seems that even the simplest threading functions are not beeing
> available. Just an idea: could it be, that the linker tries to link in a
> bogus library? i.e. an incompatible one. At least the link step relies
> on the linker finding the correct one.
What do you mean by not being available? You mean there is no threading
support in this particular compiler version? Or that the threading
functions are somehow broken?
AFAIK, it's always the posix thread lib of the underlying OS which is linked.
> The regex static_mutex test is failing with a similar result (I suspect
> you also had to manually stop it?)
Yes, every test but the last two had to be killed manually.
Do you have any tests which allow to enable more tracing that would enable
us to see where the tests are actually hanging? As they are consuming 100%
CPU when hung, I think that this might lead us somewhere.
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