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Downgrading threads::shared didn't work.

So, i started to compile my own perl instance. I assume that all will go ok.
I'd suggest adding at least the threadid and caller information. It should also be possible to discover the name of the perl-level cond-var that is giving the problem.
What source files should i modify? And how can i add this type of information to error message? My understanding of C is at most basic level so could you guide me by the hand with this? Most useful information for me would be thread id and module name in which error occured.

One more thing: when i compile new perl is it enough to overwrite perl512.dll file in my current installation to see modified error message or do i have to copy whole installation?

After running tests nmake stops at Storable module. I've waited more than half an hour with but no further progress was made. Am i doing something wrong?
# nmake test (...) dist/Storable/t/code.t ........................ 1/52 # hangs

In reply to Re^8: panic: COND_DESTROY(6) by menth0l
in thread panic: COND_DESTROY(6) by menth0l

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