[fpc-pascal] Stack trace different for Windows and Linux
jonas at freepascal.org
Tue Jan 24 18:54:13 CET 2017
On 23/01/17 10:17, Terry Mead wrote:
> When compiled and run under Windows it generates the stack trace:
> Runtime error 200 at $00401404
> $00401404 TEST1, line 6 of test.pas
> $00401428 TEST2, line 11 of test.pas
> $00401451 main, line 16 of test.pas
> Which is what you would expect. When compiled and run on an ARM
> processor under Linux (Debian Jessie) it generates the stack trace:
> Runtime error 200 at $000101AC
> $000101AC TEST2, line 11 of test.pas
> $000101E0 main, line 16 of test.pas
> Ie. it does not contain the reference to the actual line which caused
> the problem. The first entry is to the return address of the faulting
> The same compile options are used for both and include the -gl option.
> FPC version is 2.6.4.
Did you also compile both with -O-? That said, ARM is a lot better
tested in FPC 3.0 than in 2.6.4, so you may want to try upgrading to
that version in case -O- doesn't help.
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