some help nailing down the problem. I've created a project to recreate the
error here: https://github.com/maestroh/segfault_test
When running my tests, I continue to get a segmentation fault error when
nodemon restarts. The only way I've been able to recreate the error is
through the following steps.
1. Create a test using mocha
2. Add a jsdom setup on the before step
3. Require simple-mock. I've also tried sinon. I don't have to use anything
in these packages. I only have to require them.
4. Add a gulp task to execute the mocha test
5. Add a gulp task for nodemon to restart on changes and re-run the tests
*When the tests re-run, I receive the following segfault error*
PID 7389 received SIGSEGV for address: 0x0
I only get the segfault when requiring sinon or simple-mock. Anyone know
how to further diagnose the problem? I'm thinking there is a problem with
how I'm setting up and tearing down jsdom, but I can't find anyone else
that's had the problem. One other thought is that I'm running in a virtual
machine. I'm wondering if the contextify build isn't getting created
correctly which results in the segfault.
Thanks for the help.
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