Jochen Luebbers <jole@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
> Look at this, it seems to be the interessting part of the dump:
> #18 <signal handler called>
> #19 0x0812d0a9 in mem_delete (z=Variable "z" is not available.
> ) at alloc.c:3940
> #20 0x0812d30e in lisp_free (block=0x9621708) at alloc.c:893
> #21 0x08131386 in Fgarbage_collect () at alloc.c:6259
> #22 0x0816c992 in Fbyte_code (bytestr=136141291, vector=136141308,
> at bytecode.c:724
> Obviously the crash happened during a garbage collection. But at line
> 3940 of file alloc.c there is not routine "mem_delete".
> There is "mem_delete_fixup"...
mem_delete_fixup is static, so it has been inlined into its sole caller.
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