From: Michael Stevens (Michael.Stevens_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-07-26 09:10:35
Beman Dawes wrote:
> >A different bjam crash this morning. Addressing exception. See call
> >trace below.
> Usually the occasional bjam crash is not repeatable. Run it a second time
> and it doesn't fail. But this time three attempts in a row produced the
> same error with the same stack trace.
I've been following your crashes with interest! What is for certain is
that a memory corruption is going to really hard to find. The idea that
it could be a compiler bug (or compatiblity problem) got me thinking
about ways to narrow down the possibilites. I have a suggestion which
comes a bit from left field! Would it be possible for you to keep
everything the same but run with "bjam" compiled with gcc or another
Only a though,
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