From: Toon Knapen (toon.knapen_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-08-23 04:21:38
Vladimir Prus wrote:
>>Possibly. This is the first time I really dived into the bjam source
>>code. But have you run valgrind on bjam? If so, did you got warnings
>>from valgrind or not? Because I wonder if I have done soth wrong that
>>made that my bjam seg faulted.
> I ran valgrind on bjam some time ago, in hope it will find the problem which
> hits windows users from time to time. IIRC, no errors were reported. I've
> run it again now on the project in "example/hello". Again no errors.
(Hope you had a nice vacation. As you have probably seen, bjam is
gaining a lot of bandwith and many new users of v2 (I for instance) have
used this ml to try to help out each other but we ofter lacked your
bright insight: glad you are back ;-)
Finally I have recreated all jamfiles for the project above and got rid
of the problem. I have never found out why I had the segmentation fault
and what was wrong with my jamfiles. The only thing I can say is that
bjam never complained the syntax was incorrect and seg-faulted. However
I was never able to reproduce this problem on another project.
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