Problems with gVim
I use to work with gvim in some cases where I find it easier to use. When
trying to open a file I realized that gVim vanished. Finally, I got this
GThread-ERROR **: file gthread-posix.c: line 140 (): error 'Invalid
argument' during 'pthread_getschedparam (pthread_self(), &policy, &sched)'
Vim: Caught deadly signal ABRT
Is this related with the recent threading model update? And what's more
important, does it reveal a bug? thanks
Updated by wa1ter about 6 years ago
It would be useful to know which version of DragonFly you use. Did you
compile gvim yourself or is it a binary package?
Updated by tuxillo about 6 years ago
I'm on HEAD and I got gvim package from
Updated by corecode about 6 years ago
This sounds exactly like you switched to libthread_xu. You should not do
that with pre-compiled packages anyways. If the situation is like I suspect
it is, it is the same like I previously described with mozilla. It is no
real bug, just a missing implementation on our side in the
kernel/libthread_xu. I think Aggelos provided some patches on submit@.