[Pkg-crosswire-devel] [Bug 935574] Re: ABI incompatability in libsword8 (xiphos segfaults)
ibid_ag at lavabit.com
Sun Feb 19 21:28:11 GMT 2012
I haven't figured out the tools, but there are abi-compliance-checker,
abicheck, and icheck.
It looks like the abi is mostly the same (xsword compiled against 1.6.1 still works), but there's one change that broke xiphos and apparently bibletime (from what I hear)--so I suspect that recompiling reverse dependencies would be the proper approach.
This should probably get upstream testing and be forwarded there, but I'm not sure I'll have an opportunity soon.
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ABI incompatability in libsword8 (xiphos segfaults)
Status in “sword” package in Ubuntu:
xiphos 3.1.4-3 was built against sword 1.6.1, and works with it.
With sword 1.6.2, I get a segfault. With debug packages gdb where
gives me this backtrace:
#0 0x01007ca6 in ?? () from /lib/i386-linux-gnu/libc.so.6
#1 0x00e25671 in set (newVal=0x1b <Address 0x1b out of bounds>,
this=0xbffff49c) at /build/buildd/sword-1.6.2+dfsg/include/swbuf.h:187
#2 sword::SWBuf::SWBuf (this=0xbffff49c,
initVal=0x1b <Address 0x1b out of bounds>, initSize=0)
#3 0x080a052c in BackEnd::module_has_testament (this=0x84f6718,
module_name=0x1b <Address 0x1b out of bounds>, testament=2)
#4 0x080cd3e4 in main_display_bible (key=0x8667e20 "Romans 8:28",
mod_name=0x1b <Address 0x1b out of bounds>) at ../src/main/sword.cc:1161
#5 main_display_bible (mod_name=0x8599bc0 "Darby",
key=0x8667e20 "Romans 8:28") at ../src/main/sword.cc:1081
#6 0x080925f6 in gui_notebook_main_switch_page (notebook=0x84a9d48, page=0x0,
page_num=0, tl=0x80f3e10) at ../src/gnome2/tabbed_browser.c:916
#7 0x080947d2 in gui_notebook_main_setup (tabs=1, tabsfile=0x0)
#8 0x080994f7 in frontend_display (tabs=0x0) at ../src/gnome2/xiphos.c:182
#9 0x08061fbd in main (argc=1, argv=0xbffff684) at ../src/main/main.c:191
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