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0002467Frama-CKernelpublic2019-07-26 16:052019-08-22 08:57
Victor Sverdlin 
signoles 
normalcrashalways
closedunable to reproduce 
x86_64opensuse-tumbleweed20190723
Frama-C 19-Potassium 
 
0002467: Crash at "hashtbl.ml", line 462
Raised at file "hashtbl.ml", line 462, characters 17-32 Called from file "src/libraries/project/state_topological.ml", line 62, characters 23-38
Just open new project and add at least one .c (or .h) file
(* Frama-C journal generated at 16:46 the 26/07/2019 *) exception Unreachable exception Exception of string [@@@ warning "-26"] (* Run the user commands *) let run () = Project.set_keep_current false; File.init_from_cmdline (); Dynamic.Parameter.String.set "" "/media/sf_home/temp/gps_try/sent_LDRA/src/main.c"; begin try (* exception Log.AbortError("kernel") raised on: *) File.init_from_cmdline (); raise Unreachable with | Unreachable as exn -> raise exn | exn (* Log.AbortError("kernel") *) -> (* continuing: *) begin try (* exception Log.AbortError("kernel") raised on: *) File.prepare_from_c_files (); raise Unreachable with | Unreachable as exn -> raise exn | exn (* Log.AbortError("kernel") *) -> (* continuing: *) raise (Exception (Printexc.to_string exn)) end end (* Main *) let main () = Journal.keep_file "./.frama-c/frama_c_journal.ml"; try run () with | Unreachable -> Kernel.fatal "Journal reaches an assumed dead code" | Exception s -> Kernel.log "Journal re-raised the exception %S" s | exn -> Kernel.fatal "Journal raised an unexpected exception: %s" (Printexc.to_string exn) (* Registering *) let main : unit -> unit = Dynamic.register ~plugin:"Frama_c_journal.ml" "main" (Datatype.func Datatype.unit Datatype.unit) ~journalize:false main (* Hooking *) let () = Cmdline.run_after_loading_stage main; Cmdline.is_going_to_load ()
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c main.c (319) 2019-07-26 16:05
https://bts.frama-c.com/file_download.php?file_id=1319&type=bug
Issue History
2019-07-26 16:05Victor SverdlinNew Issue
2019-07-26 16:05Victor SverdlinFile Added: main.c
2019-08-01 16:03signolesNote Added: 0006840
2019-08-01 16:04signolesAssigned To => signoles
2019-08-01 16:04signolesStatusnew => feedback
2019-08-05 16:18Victor SverdlinNote Added: 0006841
2019-08-05 16:18Victor SverdlinStatusfeedback => assigned
2019-08-19 09:09signolesNote Added: 0006842
2019-08-19 09:09signolesStatusassigned => feedback
2019-08-22 00:12Victor SverdlinNote Added: 0006845
2019-08-22 00:12Victor SverdlinStatusfeedback => assigned
2019-08-22 08:57signolesStatusassigned => closed
2019-08-22 08:57signolesResolutionopen => unable to reproduce

Notes
(0006840)
signoles   
2019-08-01 16:03   
I cannot reproduce your issue (either by reproducing the steps in the GUI, or by executing the provided journal). I test it on a .c file of my own (a very basic one). Could you provide additional details and your C file that reproduce the issue? Thank you
(0006841)
Victor Sverdlin   
2019-08-05 16:18   
Actually, it can be any file. I've tested it on real source from the project and on the simple hello_world.c too with same effect. Some files are OK some not. I work from virtual machine, could it be the reason? Is there any way to check installation? All the best.
(0006842)
signoles   
2019-08-19 09:09   
Frama-C is often used on a virtual machine; so it cannot be the only reason. Are you sure that Frama-C is properly installed? Is the following command line working properly? $ frama-c-gui main.c
(0006845)
Victor Sverdlin   
2019-08-22 00:12   
I have run it with parameters -kernel-msg-key pp and now it works ok. Can not reproduce anymore. Thanks!