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Id: 67510
Status: new
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Queue: POE-API-Peek

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Requestors: ANDK [...] cpan.org
Cc: nwclark [...] cpan.org
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Bug Information
Severity: Important
Broken in:
  • 2.16
  • 2.16_1
  • 2.16_2
Fixed in: (no value)



CC: nwclark [...] cpan.org
Subject: Devel::Size 0.73 breaks POE::API::Peek
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While smoking and bisecting all of CPAN I came across a breakage of SUNGO/POE-API-Peek-2.16.tar.gz (and SUNGO/POE-API-Peek-2.16_2.tar.gz) that seems to have been induced by the release of NWCLARK/Devel-Size-0.73.tar.gz Only unthreaded perls seem to be affected. My example fail report: http://www.cpantesters.org/cpan/report/d112ec34-682e-11e0-9cdc-ae5242987c1d The stacktrace indicated some deep recursion, I only past the first and the last lines here: Loaded symbols for /home/src/perl/repoperls/installed-perls/perl/v5.13.11-441-gb b09c94/lib/site_perl/5.14.0/x86_64-linux/auto/Devel/Size/Size.so Core was generated by `/home/src/perl/repoperls/installed-perls/perl/v5.13.11-44 1-gbb09c94/bin/perl -w'. Program terminated with signal 11, Segmentation fault. #0 thing_size (orig_thing=<value optimized out>, st=0x257a2d0) at Size.xs:514 514 switch (SvTYPE(thing)) { (gdb) bt #0 thing_size (orig_thing=<value optimized out>, st=0x257a2d0) at Size.xs:514 #1 0x00007fd9a1fcb78c in op_size (baseop=<value optimized out>, st=0x257a2d0) at Size.xs:429 #2 0x00007fd9a1fcb6bb in op_size (baseop=<value optimized out>, st=0x257a2d0) at Size.xs:355 #3 0x00007fd9a1fcb6bb in op_size (baseop=<value optimized out>, st=0x257a2d0) at Size.xs:355 #4 0x00007fd9a1fcb6bb in op_size (baseop=<value optimized out>, st=0x257a2d0) at Size.xs:355 #5 0x00007fd9a1fcb6bb in op_size (baseop=<value optimized out>, st=0x257a2d0) at Size.xs:355 #6 0x00007fd9a1fcb6bb in op_size (baseop=<value optimized out>, st=0x257a2d0) at Size.xs:355 #7 0x00007fd9a1fcb6bb in op_size (baseop=<value optimized out>, st=0x257a2d0) at Size.xs:355 [...] #286 0x00007fd9a1fcb6bb in op_size (baseop=<value optimized out>, st=0x257a2d0) at Size.xs:355 #287 0x00007fd9a1fcb6bb in op_size (baseop=<value optimized out>, st=0x257a2d0) at Size.xs:355 #288 0x00007fd9a1fcb6bb in op_size (baseop=<value optimized out>, st=0x257a2d0) at Size.xs:355 #289 0x00007fd9a1fcb6bb in op_size (baseop=<value optimized out>, st=0x257a2d0) at Size.xs:355 #290 0x00007fd9a1fcb6bb in op_size (baseop=<value optimized out>, st=0x257a2d0) at Size.xs:355 #291 0x00007fd9a1fcb6bb in op_size (baseop=<value optimized out>, st=0x257a2d0) at Size.xs:355 #292 0x00007fd9a1fcbfa6 in thing_size (orig_thing=<value optimized out>, st=0x257a2d0) at Size.xs:690 #293 0x00007fd9a1fcbf7e in thing_size (orig_thing=<value optimized out>, st=0x257a2d0) at Size.xs:675 #294 0x00007fd9a1fcc10b in XS_Devel__Size_total_size (cv=<value optimized out>) at Size.xs:964 #295 0x00000000004975f1 in Perl_pp_entersub () at pp_hot.c:3046 #296 0x000000000048ef83 in Perl_runops_standard () at run.c:41 #297 0x0000000000439318 in S_run_body (my_perl=<value optimized out>) at perl.c:2350 #298 perl_run (my_perl=<value optimized out>) at perl.c:2268 #299 0x000000000042044c in main (argc=3, argv=0x7fff5bc61da8, env=0x7fff5bc61dc8) at perlmain.c:120 HTH, let me know if you need more details,


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