[gccsdk] Updated subversion client

John Tytgat John.Tytgat at aaug.net
Mon Dec 29 05:48:46 PST 2008


In message <4957E8BF.6090107 at chocky.org>
          Peter Naulls <peter at chocky.org> wrote:

> [ subversion client] 
> And the new version I made has plenty of problems that make it unusable
> right now:
> 
> Stack backtrace:
> 
> Running thread 0x22adb8
>    (  757f38) pc:   1d0190 lr:   1d07a4 sp:   757f3c  __write_backtrace()
>    (  757fa0) pc:   1d0348 lr:   1d0ff0 sp:   757fa4 
> __unixlib_raise_signal()
>    (  757fb0) pc:   1d0ef4 lr:   19f0d4 sp:   756364  __h_cback()
> 
>    Register dump at 00757fb4:
> 
>      a1: 4d412f76 a2:     1fe8 a3: 20202041 a4: 4d412f76
>      v1:    a17dc v2:   27c018 v3:     a9c8 v4:   266d70
>      v5:        0 v6:   756364 sl:   756210 fp:   75637c
>      ip:   756380 sp:   756364 lr:   19f0d4 pc:   1ca100
>      cpsr: 20000010
> ...

Pity you snipped the ARM code piece.

>    (  75637c) pc:   19f0b0 lr:   19f768 sp:   756380 
> apr_thread_mutex_lock()

You're using static or shared libraries ? And if the latter, you're sure
you've used a recent compiled set of shared libraries (otherwise perhaps
it is another instance of
<URL:http://www.riscos.info/pipermail/gcc/2008-December/004619.html>).

John.
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John Tytgat, in his comfy chair at home                                 BASS
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