[re] Java executables can abort trying to access a null pointer in a leaf function
Thu Feb 2 17:14:00 GMT 2006
>>>>> "tsuraan" == tsuraan <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>> I just realized that no-one has ever attempted to port the signal
>> handling layer to FreeBSD. On that platform you must compile with
tsuraan> Compiling with /opt/bin/gcj -g -fcheck-references, it still gives me
tsuraan> the abort instead of the signal.
libgcj must also be compiled with this option.
tsuraan> I tried it with the gcj in 3.4.5,
tsuraan> and the program performs as normal there, without any special flags at
The option might be baked into libgcj.spec, and thus used even though
you aren't aware of it. Or, maybe this code used to work and there
has been a regression, I don't know. Or if that gcj came with your
OS, maybe there are changes local to FreeBSD.
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