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From "Steve Hay" <Steve...@planit.com>
Subject RE: [RELEASE CANDIDATE]: mod_perl-2.0.5 RC1
Date Wed, 02 Feb 2011 10:51:26 GMT
Fred Moyer wrote on 2011-02-01:
> On Mon, Jan 31, 2011 at 11:18 PM, Fred Moyer <fred@redhotpenguin.com>
> wrote:
>> Please download, test, and report back with +1/-1 for this official
>> mod_perl release candidate.  It contains a release candidate version
>> of Apache-Test 1.36 which will be released along with the 2.0.5
>> distribution.
>> 
>> http://people.apache.org/~phred/mod_perl-2.0.5-rc1.tar.gz
>> 
>> +1 on Linux/5.8.8/2.2.9
>> +1 on OS X/5.12.2/2.2.14
> 
> +1 on OS X 10.6 / 5.13.9 / 2.2.17
> 
> Gozer mentioned on IRC that he saw some test failures with bleadperl.
> 

+1 on Windows XP / 5.12.2 / 2.2.17
(except for t\apache\subprocess.t tests 2-5 which also failed with 2.0.4)

I also have a strange problem whereby a VS2010 release build refuses to start up on Windows
Vista/2008/7, but I get the same with 2.0.4 (and when using an older perl, e.g. 5.10.1). I'm
stuck trying to find what the problem is because a debug build runs fine, albeit with one
probably unrelated assertion (unrelated because Apache without mod_perl does this too):

_commit() [assertion comes from here]
apr_file_dup2()
ap_open_logs()
ap_run_open_logs()
main()

The best I can get by way of a stack trace from the release build is this:

msvcr100.dll!free(void * pBlock)  Line 51	C [crashes here]
msvcr100.dll!__crtsetenv(char * * poption, const int primary)  Line 211 + 0xa bytes	C
msvcr100.dll!_putenv_helper(const char * name, const char * value)  Line 265 + 0xb bytes	C
msvcr100.dll!_putenv(const char * option)  Line 77 + 0xa bytes	C
perl512.dll!7299927b()
mod_perl.so!70491df4()
mod_perl.so!70491ef6()
libhttpd.dll!705a1efe()
httpd.exe!00d91c27()
httpd.exe!00d92030()
kernel32.dll!75e84911()


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