FreeBSD Port: ruby21-2.1.3_1,1
carol at westryn.net
Sat Nov 8 19:54:15 UTC 2014
Hi Steve (and others),
(Didn't reply all previously, and adding more info)
This box is on 10.0-RELEASE-p9 #0 r272290
(and about to get to p12 today or tomorrow).
(Sorry it didn't occur to me to mention that in the original email!)
This is on a production box for us, so it's definitely not CURRENT :-)
I will file a bug report too, thanks.
Thanks for your help,
> On Nov 8, 2014, at 8:35 AM, Steve Wills <swills at freebsd.org> wrote:
> On Fri, Nov 07, 2014 at 06:41:40PM -0700, Carol Deihl wrote:
>> I just installed ruby21-2.1.3_1,1 with the DEBUG option *unset*,
>> and when ruby21 is invoked, it prints out:
>> WARNING: number of probes fixed does not match the number of defined probes (9 != 50, respectively)
>> WARNING: some probes might not fire or your program might crash
>> I haven't used dtrace yet and don't know much about it,
>> but I discovered that if I re-installed the port with DEBUG turned on (*set*),
>> then the warning messages aren't printed.
>> I'm guessing that the probes.d file in the ruby source arranges to install some probes
>> at runtime in some routines that don't get compiled into ruby if DEBUG is off.
> What version of FreeBSD are you using? Because of a typo in the port, the
> dtrace stuff would only be enabled on 11-CURRENT, so I'm guessing 11-CURRENT?
> What rev? This should be fixed by r271413, I think.
>> Is it appropriate to just tell you about this? Should I file a bug report
>> someplace else?
> Yeah, that's fine, but a bug report wouldn't hurt so it doesn't get lost, see:
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