On Fri, Nov 25, 2016 at 01:04:20PM +0100, Maxime Villard wrote:
> ? It probably means there is some kind of stupid assumption or hack in
> emacs. If you could send me the core, the binary and tell me which arch it
> is, that would be nice. AFAICT, emacs is known to be buggy on netbsd.

For context

"However, it works a bit differently for Emacs. After loading up the bare 
minimum temacs executable with all necessary Emacs Lisp files, the so-called 
unexec function reads in it own executable it???s originating from, scans over 
the entire process memory, then modifies the file to contain the state obtained 
and saves it into the emacs executable. In other words, this file contains a 
partial and very platform-specific reimplementation of a linker. "


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