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Re: [Bug-gnubg] More reproducible crashes with Apr 25 2008 build

From: Christian Anthon
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnubg] More reproducible crashes with Apr 25 2008 build
Date: Tue, 1 Jul 2008 15:11:42 +0200

Hi Chase,

it sounds like a problem with the progress indicator, or perhaps the
threading implementation itself. However, Jon has made a
simplification of the threading interface since the last preview, so
possibly it will just go away by itself. If you are impatient for a
new version, the instructions for building under windows are fairly
simple to follow and doesn't require any programming knowledge as
such. That might also help us with the debugging if the problem


On Wed, Jun 25, 2008 at 9:46 PM,  <address@hidden> wrote:
> I don't know if these crashes are related to the ones I reported over
> the past few weeks. The circumstances are similar but there are
> differences. If I:
> - play a match with gnu
> - analyze the match
> - highlight candidate moves
> - click on the 4-ply eval button
> The evals appear to work normally, but when finished, the 4-ply result
> only appears for the first highlighted move. Gnu seems to hang at this
> point, but after 15 seconds or so, the program closes with the error
> that the program has experienced a problem and will be shut down, etc.
> Differences to note:
> - I'm performing 4-ply eval this time instead of rollouts
> - While the crashes I reported before seem to only happen when the
> panels are undocked, the above circumstances result in a crash even if
> the panels are docked.
> Same machine as before: P5 hyperthreaded, running XP
> Hope this helps. Let me know if there is additional info I need to
> provide.
> Thanks,
> Chase
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