Thanks for the additional information. Yes, it's the same issue
fixed in f27b2a8.
But I can see it is the same issue as the other one fixed in this commit: fe7b2a8.
Yes, it was a typo in the email itself. Sorry for that.
However, when running it (without typos!), I still get an error:
I still have this machine running, so if you need any additional information please let me know.
This email from email@example.com originates from outside Imperial. Do not click on links and attachments unless you recognise the sender. If you trust the sender, add them to your safe senders list to disable email stamping for this address.
Thanks for the report, Karine.
Seems the error was triggered by some missing space between --counter=2 and the test input test2240686269.c, so the behavior was expected.
On 6/7/21 2:02 PM, Even Mendoza, Karine wrote:
I got the following crash while reducing a program (I attached the relevant files + my script):
/usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/clang_delta --transformation=reduce-pointer-level --counter=2test2240686269.c
Error: Unsupported file type!