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From: Michael Peppler <mpeppler at MBAY dot NET>
Subject: Re: Adaptive Server 11.5 and Sybperl.
Date: Feb 23 1998 6:06PM

Roger Hall wrote:
> 
> >
> > Roger Hall wrote:
> > >
> > > Hi,
> > >
> > > I have been using perl5.00402-bindist04-bc and a version of sybperl-2.09
> > > that I compiled with Borland C++ 5.02, under Windows NT4.0 for a while
> > > now without problems. I now have Adaptive Server 11.5, and am trying
> > > to re-build sybperl to work with this. It seems to build OK, and install
> > > OK, but CTconnect always bombs out.
> >
> > How does ct_connect bomb out?
> 
> I get a Dr. Watson for Windoes NT window pop up saying the following :-
> 
> ____________________________________________________________________________
> |                                                                           |
> |                      An application error has occured                     |
> |                                                                           |
> |              and an application error log is being generated              |
> |                                                                           |
> |                                                                           |
> |                                 perl.exe                                  |
> |        Exception access violation (0xc0000005), Address: 0x00d88de3       |
> |                                                                           |
> |___________________________________________________________________________|
> 
> If I 's' through in the debugger, I get the following message :-
> 
>         Signal SEGV: Invalid argument
> 
> on the following line :-
> 
>         Sybase::CTlib::ct_connect(c:\perl\lib/Carp.pm:127
>         127:        $$msg;

Is it possible to get a stack back-trace (ie figure out how we got
there?)

Michael
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