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Re: "Abort - core dumped"
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- Subject: Re: "Abort - core dumped"
- From: Ricardo Aler Mur <email@example.com>
- Date: Tue, 29 Apr 1997 11:45:17 +0200 (MET DST)
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- In-reply-to: <199704281943.VAA09280@halles.ilog.fr>
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On Tue, 29 Apr 1997, Bruno Haible wrote:
> - the version of clisp which is producing this bug:
> (lisp-implementation-version), (software-type), (software-version),
"ANSI C program"
"GNU C 2.3.3"
> - the name of the platform on which this is occuring,
UNIX(r) System V Release 4.0
It's a sun 10.
I've been told it happens in Linux for PC too. I'll try to gather the
I've tried the same program in an HP-UX B.10.01 A 9000/715 and the error
message I get is:
*** - no more room for LISP objects
So it looks like a memory problem. In both cases (sun and HP) the size of
memory used grows more and more until the programs stops with "Abort" (in
the sun case) or "*** no more ..." in the hp case.
Here is the data for the HP:
1. Break> (lisp-implementation-version)
"1996-05-14 (May 1996)"
1. Break> (software-type)
"ANSI C program"
1. Break> (software-version)
"GNU C 2.7.2"
> - the program which triggers the bug (if you succeed in making it
> smaller without making the bug go away, you're welcome),
The program is quite big and setting it up is not trivial. If you need it,
I might open you an account here in the HP (Marcus already used it).
> - tell whether you ran your program interpreted or byte-compiled.
byte-compiled in all the cases.