Strange bug doesn't occur in Pydb

kj socyl at 987jk.com.invalid
Thu Jun 12 14:04:00 CEST 2008


In <6bb01lF38u72tU1 at mid.uni-berlin.de> "Diez B. Roggisch" <deets at nospam.web.de> writes:

>kj schrieb:
>> I'm running into a strange seg fault with the module cjson.  The
>> strange part is that it does not occur when I run the code under
>> Emacs' Pydb.
>> 
>> Here's an example: 
>> 
>> 
>> import sys, cjson
>> 
>> d1 = {'a': 1, 'b': 2, 'c': 3}
>> print sys.version
>> j1 = cjson.encode(d1)
>> print j1   # should print the string '{"a": 1, "c": 3, "b": 2}'
>> 
>> The code above runs fine under Pydb, but segfaults at the call to
>> cjson.encode when I run it from the command line in a standard
>> Linux shell interaction.  In the printed version strings are
>> identical.
>> 
>> I figure this must be a bug in cjson.  I'd love to find a workaround
>> for it, and hope that this strange difference between Pydb and the
>> shell command line may be a clue to that.
>> 
>> Any thoughts?

>Are you sure you actually run the same interpreter in emacs as you do on 
>the commandline?

No, I'm not.  All I know is that both Emacs and the commandline
are running on the same machine, and that the version string that
the program prints is the same in both conditions.  How can I verify
that that the same interpreter is running in both cases?

Kynn

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