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Bug Prolog

Nicow R
Hi,

I want to report a bug, or at least a problem :
When you type :

      length(L, 999999).
There is a great Segfault.

I use Arch linux  ( 64bits ) and gprolog V1.4.4 64 bits.

Thanks, bye bye.

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Re: Bug Prolog

Daniel Diaz-3
Hi,

thank you for the bug report. It is due to acyclic_term/1 (called by the
top-level before displaying the result) which uses the C-stack for
recursion.
This is fixed in the git. Will be available in next release 1.4.5
(planned this month).

Daniel


Le 08/12/2014 15:58, Nicow R a écrit :

> Hi,
>
> I want to report a bug, or at least a problem :
> When you type :
>
>      length(L, 999999).
> There is a great Segfault.
>
> I use Arch linux  ( 64bits ) and gprolog V1.4.4 64 bits.
>
> Thanks, bye bye.
>
> _______________________________________________
> Bug-prolog mailing list
> [hidden email]
> https://lists.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/bug-prolog
>


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