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      Latest reply: Nov 25, 2016 12:29 AM by eskimo RSS
      johnkx Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

        Hi there, I get this during debugging, I did not get any error message, it just direct me to

         

        libsystem_kernel.dylib`__pthread_kill:
            0x10e336efc <+0>:  movl   $0x2000148, %eax          ; imm = 0x2000148
            0x10e336f01 <+5>:  movq   %rcx, %r10
            0x10e336f04 <+8>:  syscall
        ->  0x10e336f06 <+10>: jae    0x10e336f10               ; <+20>
            0x10e336f08 <+12>: movq   %rax, %rdi
            0x10e336f0b <+15>: jmp    0x10e3317cd               ; cerror_nocancel
            0x10e336f10 <+20>: retq  
            0x10e336f11 <+21>: nop   
            0x10e336f12 <+22>: nop   
            0x10e336f13 <+23>: nop   
        

         

         

        What does it mean? I'm quite new to swift, I do not understand this.. Thanks in advance..

        • Re: Thread 10 : SIGABRT
          Claude31 Level 5 Level 5 (1,905 points)

          For some reason, system kills a thread. You should find out which.

          jae stands for : jump if above or equal after comparing 2 var just before.

           

          But without more precise information, it's just impossible to tell more.

           

          You may find here some hints :

          http : / / stackoverflow.com/questions/16871338/i-am-trying-to-pass-two-variables-to-method-but-getting-a-breakpointthread-erro

           

          If you want to learn a bit about assembly language :

          http : / / stackoverflow.com/questions/14841169/jnz-cmp-assembly-instructions

          • Re: Thread 10 : SIGABRT
            eskimo Apple Staff Apple Staff (7,530 points)

            SIGABRT means that something inside your process has called abort in order to deliberately crash the process, usually due to some unrecoverable error.  It’s hard to say what that is based on the information you’ve posted so far.  What does the backtrace of the crash thread look like?

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