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N.J. Thomas wrote:
> * Chuck Robey <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> [2008-06-03 14:31:24-0400]:
>> Wonder if anyone could tell me why anything I do to run git-pull gives
>> me a coredump? The image that gets dumped is git-fetch, if that
>> helps, and I was just trying to update the xorg source tree.
> Have you tried to clone other repositories and see if you can replicate
> this error?
> I built my git from ports and IIRC, it seemed to clone and pull the xorg
> tree fine (but that was about 3 weeks ago).
No, that's the only git repo I have now. Got a url of one that works for you?
I have extra disk to give it a try.
Beyond that, I just tried purposefully sticking a division by zero in a little
demo C prog of mine, and that one, when I do the gdb -c corefile gives me the
same thing, thousands of empty stack frames and no full ones. Why should that
be? I have used gdb very recently to debug static images, they work ok
(although I didn't try the corefiles on those).
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