From: Petru Paler <ppetru@pp...> - 2002-01-04 23:41:56
I tried to run pybench using Kjetil's new selective compilation function
written in C. Using the latest CVS source, I added an "import psyco"
line at the top of pybench.py and tried to run it. I get a segfault with
debugging disabled, and this:
psyco: compiling function split
nonnull_refcount: item 2
nonnull_refcount: in array item 5
python: c/vcompiler.c:323: psyco_assert_coherent: Assertion `!err'
with debugging enabled.
Looks like bad things happen when it tries to compile builtin stuff...
Petru Paler, http://www.ppetru.net
Petru Paler wrote:
> I tried to run pybench using Kjetil's new selective compilation function
> written in C.
Where can we find pybench?
> Looks like bad things happen when it tries to compile builtin stuff...
I do not think it is related to its being built-in: I guess the 'split'
mentionned is not the built-in one, but the one from the standard module
'string'. It might be a coincidence, as 'string.split' seems to compile
fine on other examples.