From: Reece Dunn (msclrhd_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-12-20 18:32:02
Rene Rivera wrote:
> Reece Dunn wrote:
>>Reece Dunn wrote:
>>>I have just done a CVS update and have attempted to build my project
>>>(gui/libs/devel). After a few moments, bjam crashes with:
>>> The exception unknown software exception (0xc00000fd) occurred in
>>>the application at location 0x00402f23.
>>>Pressing Cancel (to debug) does not open up the VC 7.1 IDE (allowing me
>>>to debug bjam).
> If you want to debug you'll have to compile a debug version of bjam
> with: "build.bat --debug".
I was using the debug build (vc7, metrowerks, gcc). If you take a look
at the above, it says ("unknown software exception"), so the just in
time debugger isn't being invoked and the gcc stackdump was empty. I do
not know a way around this and do not know why the
generator.jam/type.jam changes are producing it.
I want to attempt to locate the underlying problem, but do not currently
have the time to work on it. The only way I see of finding the problem
is injection of trace code into the bjam source then running bjam with
the good version and bad version of generator.jam/type.jam, comparing
I have had a few exceptions in bjam that I haven't been able to
reproduce (i.e. they resolve on the next invokation of bjam). Because of
this, I am switching to a debug build and will report what I find.
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