[aspectc-user] Exitcode: 10

Olaf Spinczyk os at aspectc.org
Tue May 12 10:48:25 CEST 2009

Hi Steven!

The last source code line in the ac++ code is "return (err.severity () 
<= sev_warning) ? 0 : 1;". 10 should never be returned. My experience is 
that an exit code that is neither 0 nor 1 means a crash of ac++. :-(

The effect is a bit strange. The error message indicates that the 
scanner sucessfully opened a file (probably an include file), but had a 
problem to read it. This is very unusual on normal harddisk-based 
filesystems. If you could send me your project in a tarball, I'd have a 
look into it.



steven wrote:
> hi,
> what does Exitcode: 10 mean?
> I'm trying to weave my project with "ag++ -p src/ -k" where 'src/' is 
> my source root.
> the weaver weaves all other source files without any problems.
> but when it encounters 'Main.cpp', I get the following error :
> error: can't load input file
> error: Execution failed: "ac++" --config "puma.config"  -p /src -v9 -k 
> -c src/Main.cpp -o Main.o
>   - Exitcode: 10 (should be 0 )
> which file cannot be loaded? the 'Main.cpp' is in place.
> regards,
> steven
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