On 11/29/18 2:07 AM, unDEFER wrote:
No I'm not preallocating any exceptions. It was idea, but I removed all
calls which can make throw.
I'm using very old dmd 2.074.1, so as I have patched it for my text
editor with IDE functions. I had a year break in development, so now I
need to rewrite all my patches.
But exactly the output of my program looks like this:
core.exception.FinalizeError@src/rt/lifetime.d(1407): Finalization error
=== Bypassed ===
|||||||||||| BerkeleyDB exceptions mixed with output of destructors
Invalid memory operation
It means that "Invalid memory operation" occurred earlier than
The line on which shows the pointer src/rt/lifetime.d(1407) is exactly:
Why gdb doesn't see this function?
You need to compile druntime in debug mode. One thing you can do is
implement the function locally, and then break on it (it's a C linkage,
so I think the linker will grab your copy instead of the one in druntime)
i.e. in your code, do:
extern(C) void onFinalizeError(TypeInfo info, Throwable e, string file =
__FILE__, size_t line = __LINE__)
My program (the text editor) had run test all night under gdb with break
on InvalidMemoryOperationError and didn't fall. So it is very-very-very
hard to reproduce.
And I haven't ideas where maybe this throw. At least I don't see any
throw in explicit form.
These are unfortunately really tough to debug. You get very little info,
and the stack trace is generally useless.