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bug #35816: When using clang getting "NSInvalidRecievePortException: invalidated while awaiting reply." for all apps...

Submitted by:  Gregory John Casamento <gcasa>
Submitted on:  Mon 12 Mar 2012 04:53:27 PM UTC  
 
Category: ApplicationSeverity: 5 - Blocker
Item Group: BugStatus: None
Privacy: PublicAssigned to: None
Open/Closed: Open

Wed 21 Mar 2012 02:09:35 PM UTC, comment #1:

Hello Greg,

I just tried reproducing this on my x86_64 Linux machine with clang, libobjc2, base, gui, back (cairo) and Gorm from last night. In my case, things seem to work fine.
But I remember that a few years back I was having a very similar problem where clang (on x86_64 only) made NSConnection and friends go haywire. It wasn't an exactly well defined problem so eventually somebody did something that made it go away. Unfortunately, I have a hard time digging up the correspondence on that bug.
Are you seeing this on a 64bit or 32bit arch? If it's on 64bit, maybe it could be related to the recent NSNotFound changes in NSConnection (r34884)?

Niels Grewe <thebeing>
Project Member
Mon 12 Mar 2012 04:53:27 PM UTC, original submission:

When using clang getting "NSInvalidRecievePortException: invalidated while awaiting reply." for all apps...

Steps:

1) Build using clang
2) Run an application

Result: You get the exception described above...
Expected: The application should start.

I am not sure what's going on here. All that changes is the compiler, so it's puzzling as to why it doesn't work. I am looking into this, but if anyone else has any clue that would be REALLY helpful.

GC

Gregory John Casamento <gcasa>
Project Administrator

 

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    Mon 12 Mar 2012 04:53:59 PM UTCgcasaCategoryNone=>Application
      Severity3 - Normal=>5 - Blocker
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