[Openmcl-devel] Crash on x64 ccl when loading weblocks

Ralph Moritz ralmoritz at gmail.com
Thu Dec 2 23:39:01 PST 2010

I followed the instructions in http://trac.clozure.com/ccl/wiki/CclUnderGdb &
adapted them for Visual Studio. %rip is inside ntdll.dll (Windows kernel

The stacktrace is as follows:


Would this indicate that code within CCL is calling a Windows function


On 1 December 2010 22:44, Gary Byers <gb at clozure.com> wrote:

> All that we can really tell from that paste is that some sort of
> exception (illegal memory reference, illegal instruction, ...)
> occurred while executing foreign (C) code.  I can tell (by the
> value of %rip in the register display) that the foreign code
> isn't in CCL's kernel, but I have no idea what shared library
> it is in.
> My recollection is that someone on the #ccl IRC channel ran into this
> (or something very similar) a few weeks ago and that they eventually
> resolved the problem by upgrading to the 1.6 release candidate (see
> <http://trac.clozure.com/ccl/wiki/ReleaseNotes/1.6>, and note that
> those release notes mention the fact that older versions of CL-FAD
> define a conflicting version of the function CCL:DELETE-DIRECTORY.
> Loading older versions of CL-FAD in 1.6 will CERROR when reporting
> this conflict; it's possible to safely continue at that point.
> On Wed, 1 Dec 2010, Ralph Moritz wrote:
>  Hi everyone,
>> I know this might be regarded as OT but someone suggested this might
>> be a Clozure CL bug & that I should post it here.
>> Anyway, a paste is worth a 1,000 words:
>> http://paste.lisp.org/display/117085#1
>> TIA,
>> Ralph
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