[Python-Dev] OpenBSD anyone?
mwh at python.net
Mon Dec 22 14:58:55 EST 2003
Christopher Blunck <blunck at gst.com> writes:
> On Mon, Dec 22, 2003 at 01:57:18PM -0500, Kurt B. Kaiser wrote:
>> Guido van Rossum <guido at python.org> writes:
>> > If anybody *does* see the bogus behavior and feels like debugging it,
>> > I'd appreciate it!
>> I've been running cvs Python but not previously with debug switched on.
>> I get a core when using OPT=-g.
>> (Note that I'm running Patch 850977 "Modify setup.py to detect Tcl/Tk on BSD",
>> though I wouldn't think it would cause this, and I doubt he's using it.)
>> Investigating. Hints appreciated!
> Interesting... When I do OPT=-g, I get a Memory fault (core dumped)
> when linking python. Is that when you receive the core dump?
What version of gcc? Anthony and I hacked around on HP's compile farm
in the 2.3.2 timeframe and saw gcc problems which we hacked around,
but nothing like this.
I've even been known to get Marmite *near* my mouth -- but never
actually in it yet. Vegamite is right out.
UnicodeError: ASCII unpalatable error: vegamite found, ham expected
-- Tim Peters, comp.lang.python
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