From: Rene Rivera (grafikrobot_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-09-07 14:57:37
Rene Rivera wrote:
> Rene Rivera wrote:
>> Anyone have an idea how to compile the GC code without using their
>> makefiles? There doesn't seem to be much docs on the
>> building/integration aspects.
> Well never mind... Figured out a simple way to build it. So if one:
> 1. Downloads the Boehm GC allocator and places it in a "boehm_gc" subdir
> of jam/src.
> 2. Adds "--gc" option when building bjam.
> It will compile in the GC code, and use it. Right now there's not
> advantage as the algo Dave suggested is not implemented. But hey it's
> easier for others to play with it this way. But if you do hack around,
> use the macros defined in the "mem.h" header.
I've reached the limit of how much time I can spend on this for now...
But I implemented the string GC as Dave outlined. But, it doesn't work.
Or I should say, it does work, but errors during one of the GC cycles
with assertion failures in the GC code. Since this happens reliably for
me inside the var expansion code, I suspect there's a buffer overrun in
the variable expansion code :-(
So if anyone has the time, it would be nice to hook in, the same the GC
allocator is, a debug allocator like dmalloc.
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