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Stack overflow when compiling match statement #4601

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vicuna opened this Issue Aug 21, 2008 · 3 comments

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vicuna commented Aug 21, 2008

Original bug ID: 4601
Reporter: carette
Assigned to: @garrigue
Status: closed (set by @garrigue on 2010-04-27T07:27:44Z)
Resolution: fixed
Priority: normal
Severity: crash
Version: 3.09.1
Fixed in version: 3.10+dev
Category: ~DO NOT USE (was: OCaml general)

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See attached files. When compiling syntax_oper.ml with
ocamlc -c syntax_oper.ml
get Stack Overflow.

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Also in the .tar.gz file are 3 other files needed to get this file to compile properly.

Is reported against 3.09.1 since my base install is derived from metaocaml, sorry. If someone can show me how to have 2 versions of ocaml installed at once on the same Windows XP machine (under cygwin), I'll definitely upgrade.

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vicuna commented Aug 27, 2008

Comment author: @garrigue

As you may already know, the problem is specific to ocaml 3.09, and doesn't
occur with 3.10. Since it is difficult to find what was wrong in older
version (we are already preparing for 3.11), the simplest solution would indeed
be to upgrade...

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vicuna commented Aug 28, 2008

Comment author: carette

I will upgrade as soon as metaocaml releases an upgrade! I really wish that the core feature of metaocaml (.< >., .~ and .!) were part of ocaml itself. I can do without all the other experimental features.

However, I also just finished upgrading my laptop to be dual-boot, with Ubuntu 8.04 as the new OS, with ocaml 3.10 install there, so that I can at least test my pure ocaml programs there.

PS: I did not have the time to test it on 3.10, so I did not know it did not occur there. I figured it was safer to report the bug rather than not.

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vicuna commented Apr 27, 2010

Comment author: @garrigue

This was a 3.09 problem, solved since 3.10.

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