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Re: 53completion.ztst (Re: zregexparse.ztst fails with latest CVS)

On Feb 7, 10:50am, Andrej Borsenkow wrote:
} Subject: RE: 53completion.ztst (Re: zregexparse.ztst fails with latest CVS
} I cannot reproduce it either on MIPS based Unix. I have CVS + my patch I've
} sent at Monday (but it should not affect this anyway). OTOH I cannot run
} anything related to zpty for a long time under Cygwin (hoping to look at it
} closer). Any chance it may be related?

No, it happens with plain zsh -f too.  Transcript follows; don't let the
"zsh-3.1.9" in path names confuse you, that's my local CVS sandbox name.

(gdb) run -f
Starting program: /scratch/local/src/zsh/zsh-3.1.9-dynamic/Src/zsh -f
zagzig% module_path=($PWD/Test/Modules)
zagzig% setopt extendedglob
zagzig% fpath=(/usr/src/local/zsh/zsh-3.1.9/(Completion|Functions)/*~*/CVS(/)) 
zagzig% autoload -U compinit
zagzig% compinit -u
zagzig% zmodload
zagzig% zstyle ":completion:*:default" list-colors "no=<NO>" "fi=<FI>" "di=<DI>" "ln=<LN>" "pi=<PI>" "so=<SO>" "bd=<BD>" "cd=<CD>" "ex=<EX>" "mi=<MI>" "tc=<TC>" "sp=<SP>" "lc=<LC>" "ec=<EC>\n" "rc=<RC>"
zagzig% zstyle ":completion:*" group-name ""
zagzig% zstyle ":completion:*:messages" format "<MESSAGE>%d</MESSAGE>
dquote> "
zagzig% zstyle ":completion:*:descriptions" format "<DESCRIPTION>%d</DESCRIPTION>
dquote> "
zagzig% zstyle ":completion:*:options" verbose yes
zagzig% zstyle ":completion:*:values" verbose yes
zagzig% setopt noalwayslastprompt listrowsfirst completeinword
zagzig% zmodload -i zsh/complist
zsh: failed to load module: zsh/complist

At this point, if I try a second time to load zsh/complist, zsh crashes:

Program received signal SIGSEGV, Segmentation fault.
0x1d42 in ?? ()
(gdb) up
#1  0x808a3a8 in dyn_boot_module (m=0x80d6f88)
    at ../../zsh-3.1.9/Src/module.c:625
625             return fn(m);
(gdb) where 5
#0  0x1d42 in ?? ()
#1  0x808a3a8 in dyn_boot_module (m=0x80d6f88)
    at ../../zsh-3.1.9/Src/module.c:625
#2  0x808a525 in boot_module (m=0x80d6f88) at ../../zsh-3.1.9/Src/module.c:677
#3  0x808b263 in load_module (name=0x80de3e0 "zsh/complist")
    at ../../zsh-3.1.9/Src/module.c:846
#4  0x808b6ad in require_module (nam=0x400e4588 "zmodload", 
    module=0x80de3e0 "zsh/complist", res=1, test=0)
    at ../../zsh-3.1.9/Src/module.c:889
(More stack frames follow...)
(gdb) print fn
$3 = (int (*)()) 0x40165198 <domenuselect+5984>
(gdb) print m
$4 = (struct module *) 0x80d6f88
(gdb) print *m
$5 = {nam = 0x80de3e0 "zsh/complist", flags = 20, u = {handle = 0x80dfc00, 
    linked = 0x80dfc00, alias = 0x80dfc00 ""}, deps = 0x80dd090, wrapper = 0}

} > I noticed that "make clean" doesn't remove the module .so files,
} Sorry? You really mean Zsh, do not you? :-)

Ah, I see now what confused me:  Because "make check" died, it didn't
remove the Test/Modules/ temporary installation directory; I did an
"ls **/*.so" and saw there were some, without noticing where.  The
"mostlyclean-here" rule in Test/Makefile.in doesn't clean those out.

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