Hi,

At Mon, 20 Jun 2005 00:59:02 +0900,
Michel Pastor wrote in [ruby-core:05250]:
> > Thank you, and may I ask you one more?  What's th and *th?
> 
> np I'm very interested in this nice project and will be happy to help

Thank you.

> $9 = {next = 0x202d2020, prev = 0x6b636f6c, context = {{__jmpbuf = {1652043808, 1630680375, 979578930, 1853190688, -1073872838, 134667905}, __mask_was_saved = 6897, __saved_mask = {__val = {3221137032, 

Hmmm..., seems completely wrong pointer.

  $ ruby -e 'p [0x202d2020, 0x6b636f6c, 1652043808, 1630680375,
  979578930, 1853190688, -1073872838, 134667905].pack("V*").split(/\0/,2)[0]'
  "  - lock 0xb752a20c: run:"

Perhaps, a register would be assigned to the variable and
reused in subsequent function calls.

Could you show *(curr->next) and *(curr->next->node) instead?

-- 
Nobu Nakada