there are some CI failures for some time:
Downloading 'Squeak-5.1.tar.gz' testing image...
/home/travis/build/OpenSmalltalk/opensmalltalk-vm/smalltalkCI-master/helpers.sh: line 523: 18934 Segmentation fault (core dumped) $cmd
As usual, user message is not very informative...
Which $cmd failed?
I do not know which version of smalltalkCI we download in:
But it would be nice if we could debug that...
I'm afraid this info is masked by this helper function:
But segfaults usually only happen when calling the VM :S
We are downloading smalltalkCI's master:
Ah thanks Fabio,
so you think that it's the VM that crashes on startup...
Unfortunately, I cannot compile minheadless currently.
opensmalltalk-vm/platforms/minheadless/mac/sqMain.m:38:5: error: type arguments cannot be applied to
non-parameterized class 'NSMutableArray'
I have XCode 10.3 + old SDK installed via XCodeLegacy
For some reason, Cmake find that SDK10.9 is a good candidate...
(as directed in ../common/configure_variant.sh)
It is not !
Indeed, if we write NSMutableArray<NSString *> we need at least 10.11 SDK (Xcode>=7)
So I will first commit a fix, then I will retry...
On Wed, 25 Mar 2020 at 11:30 pm, Nicolas Cellier <[hidden email]> wrote:
Yes, I think so. I should have some time to update the VMs smalltalkCI uses tomorrow. Let's see what happens :)
On Wed, 25 Mar 2020 at 11:39 pm, Fabio Niephaus <[hidden email]> wrote:
Different issues, sorry! Of course, smalltalkCI uses the VM built as part of the CI job for testing. So it must be that one that segfaults. Going to update smalltalkCI nonetheless.
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