Nope, I'm not using recursive modules.
I ran the program under ocamldebug and it shows that the fault occurs in
the only module I have in my code which uses DynArray, so I
guess that must be it (I can't get any more info from ocamldebug though).
> Henri DF schrieb am Mittwoch, den 09. Juni 2004:
> > i'm getting a seg fault on an ocaml program running in bytecode.
> > My program doesn't link to c code, nor does it use marshal. Under the
> > assumption that "seg faults don't happen if you don't do anything
> > dangerous", is it correct to conclude that this would be coming from
> > the only place which does obj.magic tricks, ie DynArray? (which i recently
> > integrated into my code)?
> If you are using recursive modules, this may also be a source of the
> problem (see my recent bug report on this on INRIA's bug tracker).