alfred at mazuma.net.au
Sun Dec 29 22:21:18 EST 2002
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You can get sent a SIGABRT if a tcp socket times out (according to a
quick google). It could also be comming from a library that is trying to
close gracefully on error. Have you tried trapping it with gdb?
Michael Still wrote:
> I have written an app, and because it is up to my usual standard, it is
> getting a lot of SIGABORTs (90% of regressions or so). Now, I've googled,
> and can see _lots_ of copies of the abort() manpage, but nothing
> discussing why I would be sent this signal. Stevens has also failed me for
> the first time in a long time.
> Let's therefore assume that I'm stupid, and it's so obvious that no one
> would want to document it.
> Can I have a hint please?
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