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RE: [perl #39806] RE: bleadperl -Dm -e1 segfaults on win32

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From:
Steve Hay
Date:
June 10, 2008 09:50
Subject:
RE: [perl #39806] RE: bleadperl -Dm -e1 segfaults on win32
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1B32FF956ABF414C9BCE5E487A1497E701E53F27@ukmail02.planit.group
Bram via RT wrote:
> On Wed Jul 12 14:45:10 2006, demerphq wrote:
>> This is a bug report for perl from demerphq@fresh,
>> generated with the help of perlbug 1.35 running under perl 5.9.4.
>> 
>> 
>> -----------------------------------------------------------------
>> [Please enter your report here]
>> 
>> I see
>> 
>> [....]
>> 0x1a552ec: (00759) malloc 20 bytes
>> 0x1a552ec: (00760) rfree
>> 0x1a55314: (00761) realloc 32 bytes
>> 
>> EXECUTING...
>> 
>> 0x1a55324: (00762) free
>> 0x0: (00763) free
>> 0x1a56404: (00764) free
>> 0x0: (00765) free
>> 0x1a5643c: (00766) free
>> 0x0: (00767) free
>> 0x1a534e4: (00769) free
>> 0x1a53224: (00776) free
>> 0x1a531ec: (00777) free
>> 0x1a532cc: (00778) free
>> 0x1a531b4: (00779) free
>> 0x1a53584: (00780) free
>> 0x1a5f3c4: (00781) free
>> 0x1a56404: (00782) free
>> 
>> And then it segfaults in the routine Perl_PerlIO_write.
>> 
>> 
>> [Please do not change anything below this line]
>> -----------------------------------------------------------------
> 
> Can someone re-test this with blead/5.10 and see if it still
> segfaults? (It is possible that this segfault also happens/happend on
> Linux with a threaded perl)

No segfault here using bleadperl @ 34039, built with MS VC++ 8 with
default perl build options:

[...]
0x1824874: (00740) malloc 20 bytes
0x1824874: (00741) rfree
0x18248ac: (00742) realloc 32 bytes

EXECUTING...

0x18248ac: (00743) free
0x182598c: (00744) free
0x0: (00745) free
0x18259c4: (00746) free
0x0: (00747) free
0x182324c: (00749) free
0x25ff7c: (00756) free
0x25ff44: (00757) free
0x182308c: (00758) free
0x25ff0c: (00759) free
Disabling memory debugging as we free this thread's memory

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