Hello all. I'm the author of cl-async (https://github.com/orthecreedence/cl-async) and I'm getting segfaults when using it in Windows with ECL (Windows 7 x64, ECL git (52bbd351500), libffi 3.0.11, libevent 2.0.21, all compiled via 32bit MinGW gcc 4.8.1. I'm using ECL's c compiler for everything (same mingw).

Everything compiles and runs fine, until I do anything with socket IO, then I get a segfault.

See https://gist.github.com/orthecreedence/a2b666419fe220bfae31 (backtrace in comments)

I believe this *may* be related to a bug I reported a while back (https://sourceforge.net/p/ecls/bugs/204/) because the backtrace on the segfault is completely empty (like in the bug). However it's off that some callbacks work and others don't because they all make use of arguments.

Instead of just whining and hoping someone fixes it, I'd like to jump in and give it a shot myself (unless it's a quick fix that someone can make easily). I've been meaning to get to know ECL better because I'm trying to use it for a largish project and I think knowing the internals better would help me out. I'd also like to eventually get to the point where I can help out with various contributions when I have time. I'm ok with C but have never touched a compiler before, so any sort of guidance I can get on solving this issue would be great.

Thanks!