Description of problem:
I was single-stepping through a program. One step command got me into the std::move implementation. After typing fini, GDB crashed. It happens reliably every time when stepping through the same program in the same way.
I'll see if I can make a simplified testcase whose debugging reproduces this bug.
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cmdline: /usr/bin/gdb -i=mi /home/oxyd/devel/wube/Factorio/bin/debug/factorio
runlevel: N 5
Thread no. 0 (10 frames)
#0 memset at /usr/include/bits/string3.h:90
#1 GC_clear_stack_inner at misc.c:336
#9 GC_clear_stack at misc.c:385
#10 GC_generic_malloc_many at mallocx.c:365
#11 GC_malloc_kind at thread_local_alloc.c:178
#12 GC_malloc at malloc.c:290
#13 scm_i_new_smob at smob.c:433
#14 scm_new_smob at /usr/include/guile/2.0/libguile/smob.h:91
#15 vlscm_make_value_smob at ../../gdb/guile/scm-value.c:221
#16 vlscm_scm_from_value at ../../gdb/guile/scm-value.c:252
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