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mzn2fzn crashes when dealing with float vars #117

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claudix opened this Issue Sep 9, 2016 · 2 comments

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claudix commented Sep 9, 2016

The simple program below makes mzn2fzn crash: Windows application crash message appears and IDE shows the message "Unknown error while executing the MiniZinc interpreter mzn2fzn: error code 1".

array[1..2] of var {5.0, 6.0}: v;  
constraint v[1] + v[2] > 0;
solve satisfy;
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a1880 commented Sep 11, 2016

I have run this snippet with mzn2fzn version 2.0.14 under Windows 7, 64bit

mzn2fzn --verbose xxx.mzn

The output is:

Parsing 'xxx.mzn'
processing file 'xxx.mzn'
processing file 'C:\AK\Programme\MiniZinc_IDE_2.0.14/share/minizinc/std/stdlib.mzn'
processing file 'C:\AK\Programme\MiniZinc_IDE_2.0.14/share/minizinc/std/builtins.mzn'
processing file 'C:\AK\Programme\MiniZinc_IDE_2.0.14/share/minizinc/std/redefinitions-2.0.2.mzn'
processing file 'C:\AK\Programme\MiniZinc_IDE_2.0.14/share/minizinc/std/redefinitions-2.0.mzn'
processing file 'C:\AK\Programme\MiniZinc_IDE_2.0.14/share/minizinc/std/redefinitions.mzn'
processing file 'C:\AK\Programme\MiniZinc_IDE_2.0.14/share/minizinc/std/flatzinc_builtins.mzn'
Done parsing (30 ms)
Typechecking ... done (6 ms)
Flattening ...

Then, an exception occurs and the program comes to an end.

In Visual Studio 2015, the error message ist:

Unhandled exception at 0x01445033 in mzn2fzn.exe: 0xC0000005: Access violation reading location 0x0000001C.

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guidotack commented Oct 11, 2016

This has been fixed in a478cf5.

@guidotack guidotack closed this Feb 2, 2017

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