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Thread: Array Dive Error

  1. #1
    Junior Member
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    Dec 2006

    Array Dive Error

    I ran into this error when I was trying to dive into an array:

    Fatal Error: Found a dive_scope for a non-scope display

    File: gen_data_binding.cxx
    Expression: Sym ->is_a_scope()
    The tv gui froze, so I had to kill the process.

  2. #2

    Re: [briner] Array Dive Error

    Well, that certainly looks like a bug.

    I you haven't done so already, could you report this and the details (language, compiler versions, platform, type of the array, allocated/static , TotalView version, etc, etc) to That's the only way we can officially track this problem and hopefully come to a resolution.

    Pete Thompson
    TotalView Customer Services

  3. #3
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    Dec 2006

    Re: [Peter-Etnus] Array Dive Error

    I'll do that. Here's more info from the user:

    Basically, it crashed when I tried to view the array in a different way. Generally, the array is displayed as (:, such that




    I wanted to view the array as (1, so that I can see

    (1,1), (1,2), …, (1,n)

    This works for other arrays I checked. But for some reason, one of the array is causing a problem and it crashes. The array I am looking at is common block type of array from our include file. I wonder if its causing problem because it’s a common block?

  4. #4

    Re: [briner] Array Dive Error

    It seems a bit unusal that it would just be a common block that is causing the problem, but I won't rule it out. If it's g77, then it's a better than average chance that being common might be the cause of the problem. Not much development is going on in the g77 compiler itself lately, and we haven't been focused there. By all means let us know at the support site.

    Pete Thompson
    TotalView Customer Services

  5. #5
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    Jun 2006
    Natick MA

    Re: [briner] Array Dive Error

    This was a TotalView bug, 9715, which was fixed in TotalView 8.1.0-0.
    Josh Carlson

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