[gccsdk] [GCCSDK commit] joty - r2459 - in trunk/gcc: gcc/libgcc unixlib/Docs unixlib/source/clib unixlib/source/clib/bits unixlib/source/clib/unixlib unixlib/source/gcccompat unixlib/source/netlib unixlib/source/pthread unixlib/source/scl unixlib/source/signal unixlib/source/stdlib unixlib/source/sys unixlib/source/unix
alex at alexwaugh.com
Wed Dec 20 22:49:56 GMT 2006
John Tytgat <John.Tytgat at aaug.net> wrote:
> In message <d4885c984e.ajw498 at caramel.cp15.org>
> Alex Waugh <alex at alexwaugh.com> wrote:
> > I though I
> > fixed that a while ago by making sure a command window got opened when
> > not in a taskwindow.
> Probably this change you're referring:
> Sat Mar 26 23:32:09 2005 Alex Waugh <alex at alexwaugh.com>
> * source/signal/post.c (post_signal): Open a command window if the
> backtrace would otherwise get lost.
> but that's a different case. The routine we have here is __unixlib_fatal
> which is the global panic routine where the absolute minimum is done for
> a possible graceful return to calling environment. Basically setup a stack,
> restore the RISC OS environment handlers, output an error string via
> OS_Write0 (which does not get redirected unless you use RISC OS style
> of redirection) and exit via _exit(). I wished we could have this routine in
> read-only memory because if this gets stuffed, a lockup is almost garanteed.
Yes, that was the code I was thinking of, and I can see now that it
won't get called in this case. It would be simple to add it to
__unixlib_fatal as well (but without the stderr check), although
Wimp_ReportError would be equally as good.
Alex Waugh alex at alexwaugh.com
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