[MacRuby-devel] trunk status update
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Tue Oct 6 11:59:28 PDT 2009
I'll try when I'm on the ground :)
Hunted and pecked from my iPhone
On Oct 6, 2009, at 11:47 AM, Laurent Sansonetti
<lsansonetti at apple.com> wrote:
> Hi Ross,
> The SIGABRT is definitely not intended, there is surely a bug there,
> probably 32-bit only :)
> I tried to reproduce it here without success
> $ arch -i386 macruby -e "@foo.bar"
> -e:in `<main>': undefined method `bar' for nil:NilClass
> It would be awesome if you could extract the crash to a separate
> project and attach it to a Trac ticket.
> On Oct 6, 2009, at 8:18 AM, s.ross wrote:
>> Whoa, thanks for the help with the Gears enabler. It didn't relate
>> to the problem. It was, as is most often the case, user error on my
>> part. Reduced:
>> class ControllerBase < NSObject
>> class TitleController < ControllerBase
>> @ControllerBase.setTextColor(NSColor::redColor) # <= yeah, right.
>> Try to invoke a nonexistent, presumably on nil.
>> This tries to invoke a method, presumably on nil, and produces a
>> SIGABRT with no backtrace. I'm not sure why a SIGABRT, but
>> incorrect program behavior is the expected result of bonehead
>> programmer error on my part.
>> Again, thanks (sheepish grin) for bearing with me in getting this
>> errant search/replace goop out of my code. Gee, what a noob error.
>> On Oct 5, 2009, at 10:48 PM, Vincent Isambart wrote:
>>>> [Switching to process 1982]
>>>> 2009-10-05 22:29:51.141 IStockCocoa[1982:80f] Error loading
>>>> 265): no suitable image found. Did find:
>>>> GC capability mismatch
>>>> Program received signal: “SIGABRT”.
>>>> sharedlibrary apply-load-rules all
>>>> warning: Could not find object file
>>>> "/Sites/kain/icoretech.org/macruby/repo/array.o" - no debug
>>>> available for "array.c".
>>> Try moving this stupid GearEnabler Input Manager somewhere else and
>>> restart the app
>>> sudo mv /Library/InputManagers/GearsEnabler.old /tmp
>>> I'm pretty sure you can even delete it (especially as the name
>>> ends with .old)
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