[PEAK] checking arbitrary bytecode for potential crashes

Dima Tisnek dimaqq at gmail.com
Tue Sep 30 04:57:03 EDT 2014

Hi all,

BytecodeAssembler mentions that "It should now be virtually impossible
to accidentally generate bytecode that can crash the interpreter. (If
you find a way, let me know!)"

How do I invoke this validation?

Here's a simplest example after ned and lvh:

code_obj = peak.util.assembler.code(0, 0, 1, 0, "KABOOM", (), (), (),
"gooo", "goo", 1, "l")
crasher = peak.util.assembler.function(cob, {})

crasher()  # segv

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