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reply "Kris" <someidiot earthlink.dot.dot.dot.net> writes:
Program received signal SIGSEGV, Segmentation fault.
0x0806abad in _D3gcx3Gcx4markFPvPvZv()

Can anyone identify that method name? Given that it's not within the code of
the program, it likely resides in a library module somewhere. Alternatively,
would someone be kind enough to unmangle the decoration?

Thanks in advance;

(amusing to note that the execution-address states there's "a bad" in blah
:-)
Jul 11 2004
next sibling parent John Reimer <brk_650 NO_SPA_M.yahoo.com> writes:
Kris wrote:

 Program received signal SIGSEGV, Segmentation fault.
 0x0806abad in _D3gcx3Gcx4markFPvPvZv()
 
 Can anyone identify that method name? Given that it's not within the code
 of the program, it likely resides in a library module somewhere.
 Alternatively, would someone be kind enough to unmangle the decoration?
 
 Thanks in advance;
 
 (amusing to note that the execution-address states there's "a bad" in blah
 :-)

I found it! Posted on dsource.org forums. It's in libphobos.a in gcx.d of the phobos garbage collector source: mark(void*, void*). It marks pointers for the gc. Don't know why it's crashing there, though!
Jul 11 2004
prev sibling parent reply "Phill" <phill pacific.net.au> writes:
"Kris" <someidiot earthlink.dot.dot.dot.net> wrote in message
news:ccqs4c$99n$1 digitaldaemon.com...
 Program received signal SIGSEGV, Segmentation fault.
 0x0806abad in _D3gcx3Gcx4markFPvPvZv()

 Can anyone identify that method name? Given that it's not within the code

 the program, it likely resides in a library module somewhere.

 would someone be kind enough to unmangle the decoration?

 Thanks in advance;

 (amusing to note that the execution-address states there's "a bad" in blah
 :-)

"A man was working on his motorcycle on his patio and his wife was in the house in the kitchen. The man was racing the engine on the motorcycle, and somehow, the motorcycle slipped into gear. The man, still holding the handlebars, was dragged through a glass patio door and along, with the motorcycle dumped onto the floor inside the house. The wife, hearing the crash, ran into the dining room, and found her husband laying on the floor, cut and bleeding, the motorcycle laying next to him and the patio door shattered. The wife ran to the phone and summoned an ambulance. Because they lived on a fairly large hill, the wife went down the several flights of long steps to the street to direct the paramedics to her husband. After the ambulance arrived, medics assessed the victim with no life threatening injuries, but went on and transported the husband to the hospital. To secure the house the wife uprighted the motorcycle, and pushed it outside. Seeing that gas had spilled on the floor, the wife quickly grabbed some paper towels, blotted up the gasoline, and threw the towels in the toilet where they wouldn't ignite. The husband was treated at the hospital, and was released to come home with his wife. After arriving home, he looked at the shattered patio door and the damage done to his motorcycle. He became despondent, lit a cigarette then went into the bathroom and sat down on the toilet. After finishing the cigarette, he flipped it between his legs into the toilet bowl while still seated. The wife, who was in the kitchen, heard a loud explosion and her husband screaming. She ran into the bathroom and found her husband lying on the floor. His trousers had been blown away and he was suffering burns on the buttocks, the back of his legs and his groin. The wife ran to the phone and again called for an ambulance. The same ambulance crew was dispatched, and the wife met them at the street. The paramedics loaded the husband on the stretcher and began carrying him to the street. While they were going down the stairs to the street, accompanied by the wife, one of the paramedics asked the wife how the husband had burned himself. She told them and the paramedics started laughing so hard, one of them tipped the stretcher and dumped the husband out. He fell down the remaining flight of steps breaking his arm. " Now THAT is a bad day... Phill
Jul 11 2004
parent reply John Reimer <brk_6502 NO_S_PAM.yahoo.com> writes:
On Sun, 11 Jul 2004 19:47:38 +1000, Phill wrote:

<snip most of story>

 ...
 The same ambulance crew was dispatched, and the wife met them at the
 street. The paramedics loaded the husband on the stretcher and began
 carrying him to the street.
 While they were going down the stairs to the street, accompanied by the
 wife,
 one of the paramedics asked the wife how the husband had burned himself.
 She told them and the paramedics started laughing so hard, one of them
 tipped
 the stretcher and dumped the husband out. He fell down the remaining
 flight of steps
 breaking his arm. "
 
 Now THAT is a bad day...
 
 Phill

I've heard that one before... :-) Believe me, the patient's sad situation aside, dropping a patient is a paramedic's nightmare...
Jul 11 2004
next sibling parent reply teqDruid <me teqdruid.com> writes:
On Sun, 11 Jul 2004 08:38:27 -0700, John Reimer wrote:

 On Sun, 11 Jul 2004 19:47:38 +1000, Phill wrote:
 
 <snip most of story>
 
 ...
 The same ambulance crew was dispatched, and the wife met them at the
 street. The paramedics loaded the husband on the stretcher and began
 carrying him to the street.
 While they were going down the stairs to the street, accompanied by the
 wife,
 one of the paramedics asked the wife how the husband had burned himself.
 She told them and the paramedics started laughing so hard, one of them
 tipped
 the stretcher and dumped the husband out. He fell down the remaining
 flight of steps
 breaking his arm. "
 
 Now THAT is a bad day...
 
 Phill

I've heard that one before... :-) Believe me, the patient's sad situation aside, dropping a patient is a paramedic's nightmare...

We frequently make the joke that we haven't dropped anyone yet today... typically it's our first patient, however.
Jul 11 2004
parent reply John Reimer <brk_6502 NO_SPA_M.yahoo.com> writes:
teqDruid wrote:
 I've heard that one before... :-)
 
 Believe me, the patient's sad situation aside, dropping a patient is a
 paramedic's nightmare...

We frequently make the joke that we haven't dropped anyone yet today... typically it's our first patient, however.

No kidding? Are you a paramedic too?
Jul 11 2004
parent teqDruid <me teqdruid.com> writes:
On Sun, 11 Jul 2004 17:59:13 -0700, John Reimer wrote:

 teqDruid wrote:
 I've heard that one before... :-)
 
 Believe me, the patient's sad situation aside, dropping a patient is a
 paramedic's nightmare...

We frequently make the joke that we haven't dropped anyone yet today... typically it's our first patient, however.

No kidding? Are you a paramedic too?

Jul 12 2004
prev sibling parent "Phill" <phill pacific.net.au> writes:
Thats actually a true story from a Florida
Newspaper.

That must be a tough job, I dont know
how you guys can do it.

Phill.


"John Reimer" <brk_6502 NO_S_PAM.yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:pan.2004.07.11.15.38.26.556731 NO_S_PAM.yahoo.com...
 On Sun, 11 Jul 2004 19:47:38 +1000, Phill wrote:

 <snip most of story>

 ...
 The same ambulance crew was dispatched, and the wife met them at the
 street. The paramedics loaded the husband on the stretcher and began
 carrying him to the street.
 While they were going down the stairs to the street, accompanied by the
 wife,
 one of the paramedics asked the wife how the husband had burned himself.
 She told them and the paramedics started laughing so hard, one of them
 tipped
 the stretcher and dumped the husband out. He fell down the remaining
 flight of steps
 breaking his arm. "

 Now THAT is a bad day...

 Phill

I've heard that one before... :-) Believe me, the patient's sad situation aside, dropping a patient is a paramedic's nightmare...

Jul 12 2004