[Openmcl-devel] CCL64 crash
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Sat Feb 6 13:49:04 UTC 2010
On 2010-02-06 13:10 +0000, Gary Byers wrote:
> Well, I'm glad that this doesn't have anything at all to do with
> CCL ...
> Apple releases the source to the file that contains __CFInitialize():
> That definition's a little ways past the middle of the file, and contains:
> if (!pthread_main_np()) HALT; // CoreFoundation must be initialized on the main thread
> In other words, "if the CoreFoundation library's being initialized - perhaps
> as a result of that library being loaded as a dependent of some other library -
> and the current thread is not the initial thread, waste everyone's time by
> executing a breakpoint instruction." As I understand it, that check was
> introduced in Snow Leopard.
> (What did people do before Google ?)
> You can force CoreFoundation to be initialized on the main thread by doing:
> (let* ((s (make-semaphore)))
> (lambda ()
> (signal-semaphore s)))
> (wait-on-semaphore s))
> and then doing
> (asdf::oos ...) ; load the rest of the system
Many thanks. This workaround works great.
I have found that it is due to the loading of AquaTerm. i.e.
ccl64 too. I guess a proper fix needs to be done in Aquaterm. Any
pointer how that may be done? Sorry this is off-topic.
> At times like this, I want to open the window and shout "It's the world's
> most advanced operating system!"; sadly, the neighbors are heavily armed
> and have told me repeatedly that they're tired of being awakened by this
Many many thanks.
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