[Olsr-users] Building configparser binary fails.
Thijs van Veen
Tue Jun 25 13:38:47 CEST 2013
Nice to see things get picked up so fast, however I did find two things:
1) Building still seems to have the same behaviour, where the cfgparser
(shared lib and binary) is not automatically built.
I made sure I'm running the latest version (checked the commitdiff and
local file). Defining the OS does not seem to influence it.
Also, I'm not sure whether it's by design, but the cfgparser binary and
shared lib don't get cleaned up when running "make clean" from the olsrd
root dir, while the object files do get cleaned.
2) I found a new segmentation fault when running the cfgparser binary.
The segmentation fault occurs when running cfgparser with the -print
The output can be found here: http://pastebin.com/9XVpGb8P
As can be seen in the paste, running the parser without -print seems to
Thijs van Veen
P.S. These days I'm hanging around in #olsr on freenode IRC in case you
prefer direct contact for solving/testing these kind of issues.
On Tue, Jun 25, 2013, at 12:18, Ferry Huberts wrote:
> Thijs, Henning,
> I added 2 makefile targets for cfgparser and our Jenkins now also builds
> the standalone cfgparser in all our builds (linux64, linux32, android,
> win64, win32, all in debug and non-debug mode, so 10 builds).
> Now we'll see right away when the cfgparser build falls over, thanks
> On 25/06/13 11:04, Henning Rogge wrote:
> > On 06/23/2013 03:06 PM, Thijs van Veen wrote:
> >> Thanks for the replies.
> >> I just stumbled upon the bug and don't really need the standalone parser
> >> per se, but I thought it would be nice to at least report the bug.
> >> It compiles indeed after patching, but I do get a segmentation fault
> >> when trying to run it though.
> >> I've posted gdb output + configuration to: http://pastebin.com/t04UxRjK.
> > I pushed a fix that solve (for me) both the compilation and the segfault
> > issue. Maybe you want to test it again.
> > Henning Rogge
> Ferry Huberts
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