On Monday, 26 August 2013 at 06:55:50 UTC, Jacob Carlborg wrote:
I was about to tag dstep for a new release but I wanted to make
a proper release as well, providing pre-compiled binaries and
so on. Unfortunately I haven't been able to produce a working
binary on Linux 32bit, which is weird since it only worked on
32bit before. It segfaults some where inside libclang.
I've moved from Ubuntu to Debian in the hope of better binary
compatibility, I'm wondering if that's the reason.
Can you please send me an e-mail with more details about it?
Current master works for me on both 32-bit and 64-bit Arch Linux
test virtual machines. You may have an issue with libclang -
Debian does to really provide better binary compatibility, it
provides stability. And that may go bad when you require
relatively versions of binaries (3.2+ afair for libclang). One
more reason why I prefer bleeding edge for development :)