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Re: current bash.git.devel segfaults on my code

From: Alex fxmbsw7 Ratchev
Subject: Re: current bash.git.devel segfaults on my code
Date: Sat, 23 Oct 2021 03:22:40 +0200

its my code, as in the topic of this mail, that makes recent git devels
segfault, it might as well be unstable version gcc etc fault

i have one two lines same in .profile and .bashrc
that is source xbl loader with ps1x dir to make it load my ps1... on the
glob part there i quoted, also glob.c in act shows so too

so bash without it loads
with xbl segf at arr=( "$path"$glob )

still insist in any terminal session ?
maybe i should post xbl and co ? its in the other mail for the cascade dude

On Sat, Oct 23, 2021, 03:10 Greg Wooledge <greg@wooledge.org> wrote:

> On Sat, Oct 23, 2021 at 03:03:31AM +0200, Alex fxmbsw7 Ratchev wrote:
> > ./bash --noprofile --norc
> >
> > bash-5.1# ./bash ../xbl5/xbl
> >
> > malloc: unknown:0: assertion botched
> > malloc: 0x3000211ab0: allocated: last allocated from glob.c:1150
> > realloc: underflow detected; mh_nbytes out of range
> > Aborting...Aborted
> Originally you said you got a segfault when you ran "./bash".
> This invokes an interactive shell.
> But now, instead of showing us a crash when you run "./bash" (or
> "./bash --noprofile --norc"), you're running a script.
> It's very hard to figure out what you're doing if you keep switching
> things around.
> You've also got "./bash --noprofile --norc" floating in the body of your
> email with no context.  We can't tell what this means.  Did you run it?
> If so, why isn't there a visible shell prompt in front of it?
> Did you simply quote it from Chet's email?
> Please make it easier to help you by being clear.  Show us the actual
> terminal session which demonstrates the problem.  This means showing
> us *whole* lines, starting from column 1, with your shell prompts and
> everything.

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