weird error with nmh
garyj at jennejohn.org
Tue Jun 26 06:34:03 UTC 2007
On Mon, 25 Jun 2007 16:04:59 -0600 (MDT)
"M. Warner Losh" <imp at bsdimp.com> wrote:
> In message: <20070624191345.7f08c10e.garyj at jennejohn.org>
> Gary Jennejohn <garyj at jennejohn.org> writes:
> : I'm using exmh with nmh on a freshly installed AMD64-current:
> : 7.0-CURRENT FreeBSD 7.0-CURRENT #4: Sat Jun 23 19:29:01 CEST
> : 2007
> : nmh uses its own version of strcasecmp() because in many cases it
> : passes NULL pointers to it and must check for that.
> : However, somehow the version in libc gets used rather than the
> version : from nmh and calling e.g. repl results in a SIGSEGV because
> the NULL : pointer is dereferenced.
> : I was forced to rename the routine to nmhstrcasecmp() all over the
> : place. After that repl works.
> : My question - why isn't the version in nmh overriding the version in
> : libc? Am I misunderstanding something here?
> I see exactly this too...
I remade world with -O -pipe and the error with repl went away. This
was suggested by phk at . Seems that gcc42 is optimizing just a little
bit too much away with -O2.
What I now see is that exmh doesn't send out my mails, although it goes
through all the motions (I see network activity). Now I'm using
sylpheed, although I'd much prefer exmh.
Gary Jennejohn / garyjATjennejohnDOTorg gjATfreebsdDOTorg
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