Re: Re/Unresolved bug?

Discussion in 'Python' started by Steven Taschuk, Jun 28, 2003.

  1. Quoth Xavier:
    [...]
    > t:163: SyntaxWarning: name 'VERBOSE' is assigned to before global
    > declaration
    > def main():
    > (no debugging symbols found)...(no debugging symbols found)...(no debugging
    > symbols found)...
    > Program received signal SIGSEGV, Segmentation fault.
    > 0x0807f022 in PyErr_NormalizeException ()

    [...in 2.2.3 it dies with no segfault by no exception message either...]

    Could you post a minimal example of code which provokes this
    behaviour?

    Without seeing code, I speculate irresponsibly: the SyntaxWarning
    is unrelated to the segfault; the segfault might be due to
    PyErr_NormalizeException somehow being called when no exception
    has been set. (The bug fix in Python/errors.c revision 2.77 (part
    of 2.3b1, backported to 2.2.3 in revision 2.66.10.2) seems
    relevant.)

    --
    Steven Taschuk
    "What I find most baffling about that song is that it was not a hit."
    -- Tony Dylan Davis (CKUA)
     
    Steven Taschuk, Jun 28, 2003
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