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16:05:43  <koldbrutality>i am trying to report x32 (x86_64 with 32-bit pointers) for v8. i need a workaround for https://chromium.googlesource.com/v8/v8.git/+/bc8f9a78f05c7a9dce0a112835d797d8082749eb%5E!/ . suggestions? undoing the patch makes the segfault disappear when applied to 5.1.250 with http://pastebin.com/Fb0T800q.
16:06:18  <koldbrutality>not report but fix
16:09:02  <koldbrutality>http://pastebin.com/TaY8PvqM for mksnapshot
16:09:15  <koldbrutality>it's a trace
16:11:35  <koldbrutality>i can't undo it for 5.2.1 because there are other code that depend on that one.
16:16:56  <caitp>how are Smiis that pastebin a stacktrace? it's hard to tell
16:16:58  <caitp>er
16:17:11  <caitp>I was going to ask how Smis are represented in your buid
16:17:13  <caitp>build
16:17:15  <caitp>since it's potentially relevant
16:17:27  <caitp>but, the question is, is that a stacktrace, or what is it
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16:24:04  <caitp>oh, a trace.. ok
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16:53:19  <koldbrutality>SmiTagging<4> kSmiShiftSize = 0, kSmiValueSize = 31 SmiValuesAre31Bits() would be true
16:56:57  <caitp>do you have information about the segfault itself?
17:00:35  <koldbrutality>if i do a gdb it won't give back useful info
17:10:02  <koldbrutality>going to try to recompile with gdb-jit support
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17:25:04  <koldbrutality>it didn't work :'(
17:27:18  <koldbrutality>now recompiling with extra symbols
17:27:25  <koldbrutality>debug*
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21:47:08  <koldbrutality>ok the backtrace before it segfaults http://pastebin.com/J6hPgj7z
21:47:15  <koldbrutality>i don't think it will help
21:47:29  <koldbrutality>i had to manually trace it before it crashed
21:49:24  <koldbrutality>the script that cause it was native array.js
21:51:38  <koldbrutality>undoing commit bc8f9a78f05c7a9dce0a112835d797d8082749eb fixes the problem
21:53:38  <koldbrutality>but i need a fix to that commit in order to patch beyond version 5.1.200 for support for x32 abi (x86_64 with 32-bit pointers)
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23:14:21  <sparr>are general javascript questions on topic here, if there's some hope there's a v8-specific feature to do something that standard js can't?
23:30:11  <aklein>sparr: we aim to keep v8 from having non-standard features, so I'd say this isn't a great place to ask JS questions
23:45:40  <sparr>ok