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Re: Running native exe from Cygwin in random instances reports incorrect error code 127

On 01/18/2016 02:50 PM, Warren Young wrote:
On Jan 18, 2016, at 8:27 AM, David Sicilia <> wrote:

   3) The native windows program successfully completes and exits with
code 0 internally
   4) But -- the error code returned to the bash script is 127 --
despite no indication of an error anywhere

Weâll want a simple test case showing the problem.  I canât replicate it here.


If this pair of programs *fails* on your system, then youâve probably got a BLODA problem:

The somewhat coincidental recent thread below makes me bet on BLODA,
particularly if it's only happening sometimes.  I could see BLODA
blocking access to a needed DLL in some cases just at the wrong time,
resulting in a code 127.




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