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13:46:05  <caitp>jugglinmike: was that issue related to d8 not being able to find the snapshot file?
13:48:03  <jugglinmike>caitp: I don't recall any mention of that in the error message. I think it was just a generic core dump, but I can verify in a bit
13:53:08  <caitp>jugglinmike: I'm guessing tis is from https://cs.chromium.org/chromium/src/v8/src/d8.cc?q=d8.cc&sq=package:chromium&l=3146 / https://cs.chromium.org/chromium/src/v8/src/api.cc?q=api.cc&sq=package:chromium&l=6397, and argv[0] not having the expected contents in your shell
13:55:25  <caitp>man, this code looks really error prone lol
13:56:46  <caitp>one day, whoever is managing the google styleguide is going to learn that pointer math is more dangerous than using references and the right containers
13:57:07  <caitp>and likely more performant
13:58:35  <caitp>looks like it could potentially also have problems with cygwin/msys, though I'm not sure
14:04:12  <caitp>it will easily dereference a garbage pointer if it doesn't find the file
14:19:59  <trungl-bot`>Tree closed by [email protected]: closed (https://build.chromium.org/p/client.v8.ports/builders/V8%20Mips%20-%20builder/builds/11107 from 409f84c93b50e37eee15884157fee8292381761e)
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14:40:09  <trungl-bot`>Tree opened by [email protected]: open
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15:22:28  <trungl-bot`>Tree closed by [email protected]: closed (https://build.chromium.org/p/client.v8/builders/V8%20Linux%20-%20nosnap%20-%20debug/builds/14288 from 17a26c0bc7041fa7621ac672ff80728b804ec29e)
15:28:31  <trungl-bot`>Tree opened by [email protected]: open
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16:06:44  <bradleymeck>any chance we can change the API signature for dynamic imports?
16:25:16  <gsathya>bradleymeck: possible but why?
16:25:45  <bradleymeck>gsathya: it can have collisions if multiple modules have same URL or no URL
16:26:28  <bradleymeck>kind of curious how browsers are going to use it for things like multiple `<script type=module>inline_source...</script>`
16:26:55  <bradleymeck>i guess they would always share the same url?
16:31:35  <bradleymeck>gsathya: basically if someone does new `vm.Module` in Node it gets really confusing cause we have to generate "fake" urls for the modules
16:32:45  <bradleymeck>looks like there are also some things like `crossorigin` in browser that might make things slightly diff per inline script tag as well, but no way that I can tell of detecting the Module that requested something, just the source URL and specifier
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17:45:18  <gsathya>they left :(
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22:16:42  <gsathya>bradleymeck: yes, multiple inline script tags will have same referrers
22:17:18  <bradleymeck>yea, just curious since we are aiming to have potential userland loaders
22:17:24  <bradleymeck>so that makes things a bit rough
22:19:08  <gsathya>bradleymeck: can you file a v8 with the API you'd like?
22:19:15  <gsathya>v8 issue*
22:19:18  <bradleymeck>sure
22:19:44  <gsathya>blink wanted certain additional information as well
22:19:47  <gsathya>thanks
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