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SIGSEGV in hb_gcGripDrop.part.98

Hello,

I am trying to build xHarbour from SVN and I am getting SIGSEGV in many revisions I have tried when using GTWVW at application Exit.

Using contrib\gtwvw\samples\wvwtest9.prg (and it's dependencies), I am getting this fault.

Has anyone sucessfully build a recent SVN version of xHarbour with a recent version of MinGW/GCC that works with GTWVW?

I have tried with MinGW/GCC 5.3.0-2 (from mingw.org) and MinGW/GCC 6.2.0 from (mingw-w64.org)

Stack

Program received signal SIGSEGV, Segmentation fault.
[Switching to Thread 31076.0x3e50]
0x0041c9c6 in hb_gcGripDrop.part.98 ()
(gdb) bt
#0  0x0041c9c6 in hb_gcGripDrop.part.98 ()
#1  0x0041ca70 in hb_itemRelease ()
#2  0x004a9ad5 in hb_gt_wvw_Exit ()
#3  0x0046e526 in hb_gtExit ()
#4  0x00464a6d in hb_conRelease ()
#5  0x00418896 in hb_vmQuit ()
#6  0x0052f3cd in main ()

Environment

Windows 10 x64 1067 (build 14393.321)

gcc --version
gcc (i686-posix-dwarf-rev1, Built by MinGW-W64 project) 6.2.0

harbour.exe /build

Harbour Build Info
---------------------------
Version: xHarbour 1.2.3 Intl. (SimpLex) (Build 20161123)
PCode Version: 10
Compiler: MinGW GNU C 6.2 (32-bit)
Platform: Windows 8 6.2.9200

Built on: Nov 30 2016 17:17:57
Last ChangeLog entry: 2016-11-23 11:24 UTC-0600 Ron Pinkas <ron.pinkas/at/xharbour.com>
ChangeLog SVN version: ChangeLog 10169 2016-11-23 17:24:50Z ronpinkas

DLMALLOC version: 20806
PCRE version: 8.32
ZLIB version: 1.2.8
MEMCPY is: Daniel Vik's memcpy
PNG version: 1.5.13
JPEG version: 8.4
TIFF version: LIBTIFF, Version 4.0.3

Harbour extensions: Yes
CA-Clipper 5.2e undocumented: Yes
CA-Clipper 5.2e strict compatibility: No
CA-Clipper 5.3x compatible extensions: Yes
Alaska Xbase++ compatible extensions: Yes
CA-Visual Objects compatible extensions: No
Multisoft Flagship compatible extensions: Yes
Microsoft FoxPro compatible extensions: Yes
dBase compatible extensions: No
Object file generation support: No
ANSI C usage: Non strict
C++ mode: Off
Compiler YACC debug mode: Off
Memory tracing and statistics: On
Maximum symbol name length: 63
---------------------------


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Alexandre
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Hi

I dont have this problem here. how did you compile

Regards
Luiz

Em quinta-feira, 1 de dezembro de 2016 14:56:04 UTC-2, Alexandre Cavalcante Alencar  escreveu:
> Hello,
> 
> I am trying to build xHarbour from SVN and I am getting SIGSEGV in many revisions I have tried when using GTWVW at application Exit.
> 
> Using contrib\gtwvw\samples\wvwtest9.prg (and it's dependencies), I am getting this fault.
> 
> Has anyone sucessfully build a recent SVN version of xHarbour with a recent version of MinGW/GCC that works with GTWVW?
> 
> I have tried with MinGW/GCC 5.3.0-2 (from mingw.org) and MinGW/GCC 6.2.0 from (mingw-w64.org)
> 
> Stack
> 
> Program received signal SIGSEGV, Segmentation fault.
> [Switching to Thread 31076.0x3e50]
> 0x0041c9c6 in hb_gcGripDrop.part.98 ()
> (gdb) bt
> #0  0x0041c9c6 in hb_gcGripDrop.part.98 ()
> #1  0x0041ca70 in hb_itemRelease ()
> #2  0x004a9ad5 in hb_gt_wvw_Exit ()
> #3  0x0046e526 in hb_gtExit ()
> #4  0x00464a6d in hb_conRelease ()
> #5  0x00418896 in hb_vmQuit ()
> #6  0x0052f3cd in main ()
> 
> Environment
> 
> Windows 10 x64 1067 (build 14393.321)
> 
> gcc --version
> gcc (i686-posix-dwarf-rev1, Built by MinGW-W64 project) 6.2.0
> 
> harbour.exe /build
> 
> Harbour Build Info
> ---------------------------
> Version: xHarbour 1.2.3 Intl. (SimpLex) (Build 20161123)
> PCode Version: 10
> Compiler: MinGW GNU C 6.2 (32-bit)
> Platform: Windows 8 6.2.9200
> 
> Built on: Nov 30 2016 17:17:57
> Last ChangeLog entry: 2016-11-23 11:24 UTC-0600 Ron Pinkas <ron.pinkas/at/xharbour.com>
> ChangeLog SVN version: ChangeLog 10169 2016-11-23 17:24:50Z ronpinkas
> 
> DLMALLOC version: 20806
> PCRE version: 8.32
> ZLIB version: 1.2.8
> MEMCPY is: Daniel Vik's memcpy
> PNG version: 1.5.13
> JPEG version: 8.4
> TIFF version: LIBTIFF, Version 4.0.3
> 
> Harbour extensions: Yes
> CA-Clipper 5.2e undocumented: Yes
> CA-Clipper 5.2e strict compatibility: No
> CA-Clipper 5.3x compatible extensions: Yes
> Alaska Xbase++ compatible extensions: Yes
> CA-Visual Objects compatible extensions: No
> Multisoft Flagship compatible extensions: Yes
> Microsoft FoxPro compatible extensions: Yes
> dBase compatible extensions: No
> Object file generation support: No
> ANSI C usage: Non strict
> C++ mode: Off
> Compiler YACC debug mode: Off
> Memory tracing and statistics: On
> Maximum symbol name length: 63
> ---------------------------

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12/6/2016 12:27:21 AM
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