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From Steve Hay <>
Subject Problem with mp1 + bleadperl on Win32
Date Mon, 17 Jul 2006 14:19:59 GMT
[No luck with this on p5p, so I'm trying here instead...]

During the course of upgrading my development machine from perl-5.8.8 to 
bleadperl, I've found that mod_perl-1.29 (with apache-1.3.36) is now not 

It built OK, but when testing it crashes here in t/modules/constants.t:

Perl_pp_entersub() line 2833 + 11 bytes
Perl_runops_debug() line 1819 + 9 bytes
Perl_call_sv(sv * 0x00bb1458, long 4) line 2641
perl_call_handler(sv * 0x00bb1458, request_rec * 0x00a43228, av * 
0x00000000) line 1668 + 11 bytes
perl_run_stacked_handlers(char * 0x1007b048 `string', request_rec * 
0x00a43228, av * 0x00ae5e78) line 1381 + 15 bytes
perl_handler(request_rec * 0x00a43228) line 904 + 182 bytes
ap_invoke_handler(request_rec * 0x00a43228) line 475 + 10 bytes
process_request_internal(request_rec * 0x00a43228) line 1298 + 9 bytes
ap_process_request(request_rec * 0x00a43228) line 1314 + 9 bytes
child_sub_main(int 7) line 6164
child_main(int 7) line 6234 + 9 bytes
_threadstartex(void * 0x009fb7a8) line 212 + 13 bytes
KERNEL32! 7c80b50b()

pp_hot.c line 2833 is:


and I see that padlist is NULL, which causes the crash (an access 

I'm running on Win32.  Can somebody on a saner OS try this and see if it 
crashes for them?

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