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Re: perl threads on 2008 R2 64bit = crash ( was: perl 5.10 threads on 1.5.25 = instant crash )

On Jul 15 20:32, Dave Korn wrote:
>   Yes.  That's why I said "examine the SEH chain", not "look at the call
> stack".  I reckoned that doing so might provide any insight into why the
> myfault was not invoked.  For instance, you might see something hooked into
> the SEH chain ahead of Cygwin's handler and start to look at what it was and
> where it came from; and if not, you would be able to infer that the SEH chain
> was not being invoked and start looking at the various SEH security
> enhancements in recent windows versions and wondering which one might make it
> think it shouldn't call handlers from a non-registered stack-based SEH
> registration record.

I'm not opposed to get some help with this stuff...


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