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On Sun, Jul 8, 2012 at 9:31 AM, steve donovan <> wrote:
It would be useful to know what platform and what compiler version.

These things matter; for instance, with the clang that comes with the
new Ubuntu LTS a simple f:close() will cause a segfault on release
builds.  I haven't found any issues with gcc, however, except the new
default of 4.6 is to leave out stack frames, which caused trouble on
Windows executable builds.

Oh, sure! My mistake; obviously that's a handy bit of background for this kind of problem.

I'm also using clang, but on OS X. So I'm guessing it could be the same issue as on Ubuntu?