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- Subject: Issue with my patch to add ARM-uclibc support to LuaCoco
- From: "Zachary P. Landau" <kapheine@...>
- Date: Wed, 25 Apr 2007 11:07:03 -0400
I recently created a patch to LuaCoco to add ARM support under uClibc.
I'm having a problem and I was hoping someone might be able to help
get me on the right track.
With my patch, all of the tests in the cotest directory pass. I then
tried using the Coco version of Lua with a larger codebase I am
working on. Most of the yield/resumes work without any issues. But
when I get to a particular yield, I get an error about crossing a
metamethod/C-call boundary. This yield should have been in a coco
coroutine, but it doesn't think it is.
I looked at every case where I call coroutine.create and
coroutine.wrap, and in none of those cases do I pass -1 for a
cstacksize, so I would expect every coroutine to be a coco one. Also,
right before I call the offending yield I print the value of
coroutine.cstacksize() and it gives me 61440, which I would expect.
So at this point it thinks it is a coco coroutine as well. But when
the code gets to luai_userstateyield() in lua_yield(), the LHASCOCO
macro returns false and so we try to do a non-coco yield instead.
Most of the calls to LHASCOCO do pass as I would expect, and I can't
find anything special about this particular coroutine. Currently I
don't have a small test to exploit this issue, given the nature of it.
But I can try to create one. I did make sure to recompile all of the
Lua C modules I am using, although I'm not sure if that would have
Here is the code I used for adding ARM/uclibc support. Perhaps the
issue lies in there. Specifically, I am not sure why COCO_STACKADJUST
is needed in some cases and if I need it.
#define COCO_MAIN_PARAM int _a, int _b, int _c, int _d, lua_State *L
#define COCO_PATCHCTX(coco, buf, func, stack, a0) \
buf->__jmpbuf = (int)(func); \
buf->__jmpbuf = (int)(stack); \
buf->__jmpbuf = (int)0; /* ebp */ \
stack = (size_t)(a0);
Any debugging suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks.
Zachary P. Landau <firstname.lastname@example.org>