The only flag I passed to my QT ./configure was "-thread". -shared is
default, so it does agree with INSTALL.txt's recommended values.
In reading over my initial submission, I guess I didn't elaborate on
this point: All I do is open and then close the binary and it segfaults.
But if I open and close my compiled version it doesn't. I don't connect
to any databases or anything. I just type "/opt/mycc/MyCC" and then
click the X in the upper-right (blackbox 0.62).
And it's not a big deal since the program seems to exit properly before
giving a segfault. It's just..... weird.
I'll give it some tests with KDE from CVS, GNOME, etc. tomorrow. You
On Thu, 2002-03-07 at 14:58, Jorge del Conde wrote:
> Hi Adam,
> Does this happen every time you close MyCC or only after certain
> circumstances ?
> ...what worries me is that you state it doesn't crash when compiled from
> source ... did you compile QT as specified in the INSTALL.txt file
> included with MyCC ?
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> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Adam Hooper [mailto:adamh@stripped]
> > Sent: Thursday, March 07, 2002 6:04 AM
> > To: mycc@stripped
> > Subject: Segmentation fault after closing MyCC linux binary
> > The MyCC linux binary runs great, except after I close it on
> > my Slackware 8.0 system with XFree86 4.2.0, I get a
> > Segmentation Fault. It doesn't intrude on MyCC's actions, but
> > it's strange.