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Ubuntu, either 14 or 15, doesn't matter with the final Swift 3.0 drop.
Swift 3.0: read()ing from a DispatchIO channel on Linux results in a SIGILL:
thread Add & use DISPATCH_NOESCAPE attribute macro #6: tid = 1146, 0x00007ffff7efb503 libdispatch.so`_os_object_release + 35, name = 'sockd', stop reason = signal SIGILL: illegal instruction operand
frame #0: 0x00007ffff7efb503 libdispatch.so`_os_object_release + 35
frame Typos #1: 0x00007ffff7ef46b7 libdispatch.so`_dispatch_call_block_and_release + 7
I put up an tiny isolated example over here: https://github.com/helje5/linux-gcd-issue
Works fine on macOS.
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Comment by David Grove (JIRA)
I can reproduce crash. Investigating.
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A proposed fix in #175
Comment by Helge Heß (JIRA)
That was Swift. Thx.
fixed merged to master; will be merged to Swift3 branch shortly.
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