My code goes:
using Queryverse df = load("my_file.csv") |> DataFrame
And the file contents are:
query_domain,template_domain,tm_score d1qbaa2,d2a73b2,0.52434 d1qbaa2,d2wnxa1,0.51702 d1qbaa2,d1p35a_,0.50272 d1qbaa2,d3zuca1,0.50237 d1qbaa2,d4b9pa_,0.49787 d1qbaa2,d3u9wa1,0.49737 ....
The Julia process randomly segfaults when trying to execute this code. By “Randomly” I mean that I have lots of files with similar structure, and segfaults reliably occur on some of them , but not others. So far I have not been able to figure out what is special about the files that cause the segfault.
Wrapping all string tokens in the file in double quotes gets rid of the segfault.
I am running Julia v1.0.3 on Linux, Queryverse v0.2.0. I wonder, if this has bee reported before?