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Re: NSDate oddity

From: Richard Frith-Macdonald
Subject: Re: NSDate oddity
Date: Fri, 4 May 2001 08:02:40 +0100

On Friday, May 4, 2001, at 07:41 AM, Michael Scheibler wrote:

I have problems, too, with different behaviour in gdb to running the app
from command line. But my problem is becoming really serious. I can't debug
at all because gdb stops with a SIGSEGV fault just after starting the
It happens when the objc runtime loads all the classes into its class tree.

The error occurs in sarray_free()

  429 #else /* OBJC_SPARSE2 */
- 430     struct sbucket* bkt = array->buckets[counter];
- 431     if ((bkt != array->empty_bucket) &&
  432  (bkt->version.version == array->version.version))

       // btk->version.version => Access violation

  433       {
- 434  sarray_free_garbage(bkt);
- 435  nbuckets -= 1;
- 436       }
  437 #endif

As you already mentioned even a small change let the problem - well,
unfortunately not disappear, but occur when loading another module.
Is there a bug in libobjc?

None that I know of ... and it's pretty well tested/used.
If you are using mingw I guess I'd have to retract the latter half of the above sentence.

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