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Re: PAR::Packer Segmentation fault when using B::Hooks::EndOfScope or Class::MOP

by shmem (Canon)
on Nov 28, 2013 at 13:02 UTC ( #1064820=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to PAR::Packer Segmentation fault when using B::Hooks::EndOfScope or Class::MOP

Your bug reports (both RT 90870 and RT 90869, as well as the OP) are meagre; I suppose you are using perl 5.18.0?

No perl -V output, no arch, no OS given... I guess it is some UNIX like OS, Linux? BSD? MacOS X?

Sorry for not being more helpful except with pedantry, but pp a.pl on my 64 bit debian wheezy gives me an a.out which, when run, complains about

Can't locate loadable object for module Moose in @INC (@INC contains: +CODE(0x1117780) /tmp/par-shmem/cache-b6fba448d186ac68663c9acc286d926b +bd929469/inc/lib /tmp/par-shmem/cache-b6fba448d186ac68663c9acc286d926 +bbd929469/inc CODE(0x17ecb00) CODE(0x17ecf80)) at /usr/share/perl5/PA +R/Heavy.pm line 95
so I guess my system (stock perl and modules) is even more b0rken than yours...

--shmem

<update>
Running pp on

#!/usr/bin/perl use Pod::Usage qw(pod2usage); print "hello\n";

generates me an a.out which prints "hello world" and exits cleanly.
I have perl v5.14.2, PAR Packager, version 1.012 (PAR version 1.005), Pod::Usage 1.36
</update>

perl -le'print map{pack c,($-++?1:13)+ord}split//,ESEL'


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Re^2: PAR::Packer Segmentation fault when using B::Hooks::EndOfScope or Class::MOP
by szabgab (Priest) on Nov 28, 2013 at 13:24 UTC
    90869 says
    $ mversion PAR::Packer 1.015 $ mversion Module::ScanDeps 1.11 perl 5.18.0 on Linux
Re^2: PAR::Packer Segmentation fault when using B::Hooks::EndOfScope or Class::MOP
by Anonymous Monk on Nov 28, 2013 at 17:32 UTC
    try pp -x ... so all the deps are packed

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