[Catalyst] Problem in compiling Catalyst::Engine::HTTP::Prefork
due to HTTP::HeaderParser::XS
lenjaffe at jaffesystems.com
Tue Jun 21 15:46:54 GMT 2011
well, that's something at least.
On Tue, Jun 21, 2011 at 10:46 AM, Jorge Gonzalez
<jorge.gonzalez at daikon.es>wrote:
> It seems this one was caught some 10 days ago:
> The error which appears in the report is _exactly_ the one I'm stepping o=
> El 21/06/11 16:32, Jorge Gonzalez escribi=F3:
> El 21/06/11 15:33, Len Jaffe escribi=F3:
>>> We're nearing the outer limits of my experience.
>>> I'd try strace, it might tell you which shared lib is failing to load.
>> Been there, done that. In fact it was almost the first thing I tried. No
>> news. It mmaps correctly all needed libraries and seems to jump to execu=
>> it, then returns with an error.
>> It would be great to know the library function that the perl code jumps
>> into when loading an XS shared object. This would allow us to follow the
>> control flow inside the XS source and try to spot the offender.
>> It seems that this function might be boot_HTTP__HeaderParse__XS (you can
>> check symbols in the .so with 'nm'), but I can't find its definition
>> anywhere but in HTTPHeaders.c, which is autogenerated from HTTPHeaders.x=
>> I set PERL_DL_DEBUG=3D1 before executing again 'make test', which gives a
>> bit more info, but not nearly enough.
>> I'm stuck. I'll explore some other ways, like disabling
>> Catalyst::Engine::HTTP::**Prefork's use of this module.
>> I'll keep you informed.
>> (desperate) Regards :-)
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