Yukihiro Matsumoto (in "Re: Segfault in Ruby 1.7.x/1.8 Proc#to_s") 
wrote:

> Could you show me
>
>   p node
>   p *node
>   p *data
>
> here?

Program received signal SIGSEGV, Segmentation fault.
0x4005c8c6 in proc_to_s (self=1076502348, other=1076214464) at 
    eval.c:6736
6736            len += strlen(node->nd_file) + 2 + 
    (SIZEOF_LONG*CHAR_BIT-NODE_LSHIFT)/3;
(gdb) p node
$1 = (NODE *) 0x402cd228

(gdb) p *node
$2 = {flags = 61, nd_file = 0x0, u1 = {node = 0x0, id = 0, value = 0, 
    cfunc = 0, tbl = 0x0}, u2 = {node = 0x0, id = 0, argc = 0, value =
    0}, u3 = {node = 0x0, id = 0, state = 0, entry = 0x0, cnt = 0, value
    = 0}}

(gdb) p *data
$3 = {var = 0x402cd368, body = 0x402cd250, self = 1076591148, frame =
    {self = 1076443644, argc = 0, argv = 0x0, last_func = 0, orig_func =
    1076443644, last_class = 0, cbase = 1076522288, prev = 0x8128660,
    tmp = 0x0, node = 0x402cd228, iter = 0, flags = 0}, scope =
    0x402a6d44, tag = 0x402a2280, klass = 1076591148, iter = 0, vmode =
    2, flags = 3, dyna_vars = 0x0, orig_thread = 1076424564, wrapper =
    0, prev = 0x0}

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