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Re: Compiling trn



On Mon, 4 Aug 2008, Patrick Vervoorn wrote:

> which indeed led me to a Debian page, where some defines were moved 
> around. Did that, by hand, and a minute later I had a new trn compiled. 
> I'm testing it now, and it hasn't crashed yet with the 'glibc memory 
> error <blabla>' messages... *knock-on-wood*

Well, it seems the problem isn't gone. Just got the error again, after 
using trn to read a group with about 1M of headers (non-threaded mode):

*** glibc detected *** free(): invalid next size (normal): 0x098be9f0 ***
Aborted

After which trn just quit. Is this a glibc error, or is this something trn 
has any control over? How do I proceed from this to trace this problem?

Regards, Patrick.

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