a simple abc like print("hello") works. running any acceptance test return a failed assertion: LIR structure error. I am using the emulator and 2010_01_25 android sdk. setup: (if emulator is not running) $ emulator& $ cd platform/android $ make $ make install (or adb push ./avmshell /data/app) I'm using test/acceptance/as3/AbcDecoder/accessSpecifiers.abc any test reproduces either do: $ ./android_shell ~/hg/tamarin-redux/test/acceptance/as3/AbcDecoder/accessSpecifiers.abc or equivalent is: $ adb push ~/hg/tamarin-redux/test/acceptance/as3/AbcDecoder /data/app/avmtest.abc $ adb shell "cd /data/app;./avmshell avmtest.abc" output: Assertion failed: LIR structure error (writePrologue(body)): in instruction with opcode: callh argument 1 has opcode: icall it should be: fcall One way to debug this: change the failing NanoAssertMsgf(0, ...) call to a printf(...) call and rerun with verbose output. If you're lucky, this error message will appear before the block containing the erroneous instruction. : 0 (../../nanojit/LIR.cpp:2339)  Trap ./avmshell avmte...
marking as dup of 543144, the softfloat problem is occurring. running with -Darm_vfp works (sort of)
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 9 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
Duplicate of bug: 543144
bulk verifying resolved !fixed issues
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
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