[Libreoffice] make check fails in ScFiltersTest
markus.mohrhard at googlemail.com
Mon Oct 24 12:37:53 PDT 2011
2011/10/24 Eike Rathke <erack at redhat.com>:
> On Thursday, 2011-10-20 23:53:39 +0200, Markus Mohrhard wrote:
>> Kohei, Eike: Any ideas why our xls import of these cells goes wrong in
>> a windows build. It seems that none of our Linux or mac builds has a
>> problem with this cell import. I'm looking if perhaps my mingw build
>> shows the same but otherwise I have no idea. The content looks a bit
>> like the fact that we added a non initialized double variable.
> There may be two reasons that only shows up on a certain platform:
> a) as already lined out on IRC, for uninitialized variables allocated
> memory may have different content on different platforms.
> b) if that's only with one compiler and code inspection does not reveal
> an uninitialized variable, sometimes compiler optimization may
> "overdo" a bit. In such cases it may help to declare an affected
> variable as volatile.
I tried with our mingw build and it happens there too. I can't debug
it because any recent debug mingw builds from me won't start. An older
non debug build showed that problem. I'm trying again to get a windows
build but my hopes are very low. I have never been able to get a
working windows build.
To test it you can use the formats.xls or even better the matrix.xls
which shows that it seems to be only related to some numbers. I
haven't seen a system behind them yet.
It would be good if I won't be able to get a windows build soon that
someone with one (or a mingw debug build) could have a look at it.
Thanks a lot,
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