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Re: Any volunteer to investigate Segmentation fault in snap-aligner test suite?

On Sun, 3 Feb 2019 at 12:20, Andreas Tille <andreas@an3as.eu> wrote:
Hi Liubov,

On Sun, Feb 03, 2019 at 11:49:46AM +0100, Liubov Chuprikova wrote:
> I have just pushed a fix, and (again) it was (just) a missing return in
> one of the functions that caused that undefined behavior. Now all the tests
> and lintians are OK. I'm also going to report an issue to the upstream's
> github repo.

Great!  Thanks a lot for this very helpful contribution!


BTW, I had another look into the t-coffee issue.  I was missing the hints
from Bernhard Übelacker


who found out before me that the issue happens in sid only but not in
testing. Did you respected this when you checked t-coffee or did you
missed it in the same way as I?

I do not remember exactly if I tried to check the testing previous time (and right after that I had destroyed my Debian VM just with one command, haha). I have just installed the t-coffee and t-coffee-examples (12.00.7fb08c2-1) from debian repo to my (new) buster machine and the same command (t_coffee -aln sproteases_small.cw_aln sproteases_small.muscle sproteases_small.tc_aln -outfile combined_aln.aln) continues to fail.

I will take one more look at this today and write to the list if I find nothing.


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