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Win32: jit causes application crash

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    • Subcomponent:
    • Resolved In Build:
      1.2fcs
    • CPU:
      x86, sparc
    • OS:
      solaris_2.6, windows_95, windows_nt
    • Verification:
      Not verified

      Description

      JDK1.2 FCS build "C". When running GUI application, JIT causes access violation.

      To reproduce: Windows NT4.0 Japanese (ServicePack 3)

      case 1:
      on {JDK}/demo/applets/Animator
      C:\> appletviewer example1.html

      case 2:
      on {JDK}/demo/jfc/Notepad
      C:\> java Notepad

      set JAVA_COMPILER=NONE prevents access violation. Thus, can be symcjit problem.

      JAVA_COMPCMD=FORCE_SIGNON produced,
      -----
      Symantec Java! JustInTime Compiler Version 3.00.057(x) for JDK 1.2
      Copyright (C) 1996-98 Symantec Corporation
      -----

      I've also confirmed console type of application, 'HelloWorld', worked fine.

      koushi.takahashi@japan 1998-07-23

      In win95 (Chinese Version), jdk1.2fcs-C also has jit problem, it cause any
      GUI aoolication to crash.

      [jim.hu@prc 1998-07-23]

      I have tested in my machine about jdk1.2fcs-C again this morning, following
      is my report about this problem:

      JDK Version: 1.2fcs-C OS: NT 4.0 (Chinese Version) Locale: zh
      Symantec Java: JustInTime Compiler Version 3.00.0.57(x) for JDK 1.2

          Any application with GUI can run up without problem.
          Applet can also run up without problem.


      JDK Version: 1.2fcs-C OS: Win95 (Chinese Version) Locale: zh
      Symantec Java: JustInTime Compiler Version 3.00.0.57(x) for JDK 1.2

         Any application with GUI crash
         Any applet crash
         
         Following is the information that win95 tell me:
         The program has performed an illegal operation. The error lies in
         module SYMCJIT.DLL 0137:0550ccf1.
         
      I have confirmed the above environment several times, and I think it is
      the problem of JIT.

      [jim.hu@prc 1998-07-24]

      Extending test case. Looks like this depends on windows version. Here is what we've seen in Japanese environement. Apps are demo in JDK.

      WinNT4.0 Ja SP3+IE4.1 N/G (Testing 2 machine from different vender)
      Win95 Ja OSR2.1 OK
      Win95 Ja SP1 N/G

      For all N/G case, set JAVA_COMPILER=NONE workaround the problem. Error dialog said Access violation in symcjit.dll. Also, covered "B" on all config with adding jre\bin to path, GUI apps works fine.

      koushi.takahashi@japan 1998-07-24

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              Assignee:
              dviswanasunw Deepa Viswanathan (Inactive)
              Reporter:
              ktakahassunw Koushi Takahashi (Inactive)
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