From: Beman Dawes (bdawes_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-07-26 09:53:01
At 10:10 AM 7/26/2003, Michael Stevens wrote:
>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
Yes, I've thought about that too. I've been hoping that seeing the stack
trace would ring a bell with someone.
I've hesitated to try another compiler because I'm not familiar with their
debuggers. But if no other ideas surface within the next day or two, I'll
give Metrowerks a try.
Thanks for the suggestion,
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