[chuck-users] shred references (bug?)
eduard.aylon at gmail.com
Sun Oct 12 17:38:24 EDT 2008
Hi kas and mike,
I run mike's chuck patch and didn't get a bus error... but did get it
with kassen's code. However I could get rid of the error if the shred
is declared but not "initilised", thus using a reference when
declaring it. I think that's been always the case..., can't remember
So adding Shred @ foo; to kassen's code let's assign to shred later.
The resulting code would be:
fun void dummy()
second => now;
Shred @ foo;
spork ~ dummy() @=> foo;
hour => now;
On Oct 12, 2008, at 11:25 PM, Kassen wrote:
> I'm glad it's the same bug cross platforms, I just think it's a weird
> bug, that's all.
> Yeah, it's probably the garbage/reference stuff. I had no idea the
> problem was quite that bad.
> Do I add to the bottom of the bugs page or the top?
> I'd take the "hopefully fixed for the next release" page and
> somewhere in the "open" section? I think it's a pretty bad one, it
> must've been broken by the latest version.
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