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|Error Code||204 (0x00cc)|
You actually can do that by casting the lambda function to function pointer. You can first make a typedef to make cast easier.
typedef size_t(*CURL_WRITEFUNCTION_PTR)(void*, size_t, size_t, void*);
Then you use static_cast.
curl_easy_setopt(curl, CURLOPT_WRITEFUNCTION, static_cast<CURL_WRITEFUNCTION_PTR>(curl_callback));
Note: In order to convert to C function pointer, you can only use empty captures .
ARM Linux kernels are usually self-loading plain binaries, generated from the original ELF by extracting the code+rdata sections from it and appending the "piggy" loader. They're loaded by the bootloader at some place in the memory and just run from there. The piggy loader unpacks/copies the main payload to the final address and jumps to it.
Restoring ELF from the binary might be possible (the final runtime address is usually fixed to 0xC0008000, and you can find out .data/.bss ranges by analyzing boot code), but the symbol table is trickier. Recent kernels don't use ELF symbol table as-is but employ compression to save space. If you can boot the kernel, the easiest way is to read
/proc/kallsyms as it will have the symbols in uncompressed format. Otherwise you'd have to find the compressed table in the binary and decompress it manually.
When running this with a version of R compiled with sanitizers, I see:
> source("msdata.R", echo = TRUE) > library(mzR) Loading required package: Rcpp > library(msdata) > mzxml <- system.file("threonine/threonine_i2_e35_pH_tree.mzXML", + package = "msdata") > aa <- openMSfile(mzxml) # this works ramp.cpp:1197:34: runtime error: index -1 out of bounds for type 'char ' SUMMARY: AddressSanitizer: undefined-behavior ramp.cpp:1197:34 in > mzml <- system.file("microtofq/MM8.mzML", package = "msdata") > bb <- openMSfile(mzml) # this crashes R, but only in RStudio
In particular, this bit:
> aa <- openMSfile(mzxml) # this works ramp.cpp:1197:34: runtime error: index -1 out of bounds for type 'char ' SUMMARY: AddressSanitizer: undefined-behavior ramp.cpp:1197:34 in
implies there may be something going wrong with the
openMSfile() function -- it appears to be attempting to read data at an invalid offset. I would file this issue with the mzR maintainers.
> sessionInfo() R Under development (unstable) (2017-01-17 r72002) Platform: x86_64-apple-darwin16.3.0 (64-bit) Running under: macOS Sierra 10.12.2 locale:  en_US.UTF-8/en_US.UTF-8/en_US.UTF-8/C/en_US.UTF-8/en_US.UTF-8 attached base packages:  stats graphics grDevices utils datasets methods base other attached packages:  msdata_0.15.0 mzR_2.9.3 Rcpp_0.12.9  testthat_1.0.2 rmarkdown_1.3 knitr_1.15.1  roxygen2_5.0.1 devtools_188.8.131.5200 loaded via a namespace (and not attached):  magrittr_1.5 BiocGenerics_0.21.3 pkgload_0.0.0.9000  R6_2.2.0 stringr_1.1.0 tools_3.4.0  pkgbuild_0.0.0.9000 parallel_3.4.0 Biobase_2.35.0  withr_1.0.2 htmltools_0.3.5 ProtGenerics_1.7.0  rprojroot_1.2 digest_0.6.11 crayon_1.3.2  codetools_0.2-15 memoise_1.0.0 evaluate_0.10  stringi_1.1.2 compiler_3.4.0 backports_1.0.5
EDIT: Here's the configure call used to build R; the same compiler + flags are used for all built packages as well. (Extracted from
# R was configured using the following call # (not including env. vars and site configuration) # configure '--with-blas=-L/usr/local/opt/openblas/lib -lopenblas' '--with-lapack=-L/usr/local/opt/lapack/lib -llapack' '--with-cairo' '--disable-R-framework' '--enable-R-shlib' '--with-readline' '--enable-R-profiling' '--enable-memory-profiling' '--with-valgrind-instrumentation=2' '--without-internal-tzcode' '--prefix=/Users/kevin/r/r-devel-sanitizers' 'PKG_CONFIG_PATH=/opt/X11/lib/pkgconfig' CC = clang-3.9 -std=gnu99 -fsanitize=address,undefined -fno-omit-frame-pointer -fno-sanitize=float-divide-by-zero CXX = clang++-3.9 -fsanitize=address,undefined -fno-omit-frame-pointer -fno-sanitize=float-divide-by-zero
EDIT V2: Given the
lldb stack trace, it looks like the culprit may indeed be a clash between Boost versions (the bundled version used by RStudio vs. the version used by
mzR). Note that
mzR is now inadvertently calling the Boost routines in the
rsession executable, when it likely intends to call its own bundled version.
libcurl is plain C library, you need to set a callback that can be called from a such. This means funny C++ things need to be "C'ified" first to work. Like into an old-style function pointer.
This is also addressed in the libcurl FAQ entry "Using C++ non-static functions for callbacks?"
See also: C-style Callbacks in C++11
Have a look at thread 10:
one of these functions might some issue:
19 TestApplication 0x00155e90 -[TestApplicationRequestInfoController showScanAlertForErrorType:Barcode:] + 2380 20 TestApplication 0x00151c48 -[TestApplicationRequestInfoController showAlertForErrorType:Barcode:] + 72 21 TestApplication 0x001fe090 -[TestApplicationBOPISOrdersScanningController processFirstNonSerialNumberScan:] + 3788 22 TestApplication 0x0020dd38 -[TestApplicationScanController processScanInfo] + 3512 23 TestApplication 0x0020cf38 __39-[TestApplicationScanController startScanThread]_block_invoke + 44
Double check them. Or put breakpoints at them and rerun the program to see what happens when the program goes through these functions..
Hope this helps... Just a starter..
Remember there is no random crashing.. These crashes are due to mistakes in the code.
From the snippet you pasted,its a segmentation fault (ExceptionCode=0xc0000005, writing address 0xe1ecbd40) because sun.awt.windows.WToolkit.eventLoop() function tried to write some contents to the memory address 0xe1ecbd40,which is either protected,or lies in kernel memory region, or inaccessible. This is why it crashed. This segfault is happening in sun AWT library awt.dll. Because eventLoop() should be calling some native function which in turn causing this segfault.So its not a problem with your application,its a crash within class library of JDK. Further analysis of this issue requires debugging of the postmortem logs.You are already on the latest JDK level,so it looks to be new issue within class library library. I think if you can open a ticket with SUN,then they might be able to look into it and can help you.Meanwhile you can try with some older version of JDK,it might be possible that some new code changes in the recent version might be causing this issue,but its just a guess.
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