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Re: RIGS GUI segfaults


From: Larry Coleman
Subject: Re: RIGS GUI segfaults
Date: Mon, 3 May 2004 17:50:13 -0700 (PDT)

I wrapped the setDelegateCall in a begin/rescue/end
block to try to get a backtrace. Unfortunately, it
never got to the rescue clause. 

However, I noticed that the error line was different:

/home/larry/build/gnustep-ruby-0.2.1/Examples/Gui/CurrencyConverter/CurrencyConverter.app/CurrencyConverter:269:
[BUG] Segmentation fault

I grepped for \[BUG\] in the rigs sources, gnustep
sources, and ruby sources. I found a match in ruby's
error.c. So I think this is a bug in ruby. I'll take
it up with the ruby people as soon as I nail down
exactly what's causing it to choke.

Thanks for your reply.

Larry Coleman
address@hidden

--- Adam Fedor <address@hidden> wrote:
> 
> On Sunday, May 2, 2004, at 05:07 AM, Larry Coleman
> wrote:
> 
> > Has anyone here gotten a GUI app to run using
> RIGS? I
> > have version 0.2.1 of RIGS with version 1.8.1 of
> Ruby.
> > The example Base app runs fine, but both of the
> GUI
> > examples segfault on this line:
> >
> > $NSApp.setDelegate(MyDelegate.new)
> >
> > My GNUstep versions are as follows:
> > make: 1.8.0
> > base: 1.8.0
> > gui:  0.8.9
> > back: 0.8.9
> >
> > Can anyone point me in the right direction on how
> to
> > troubleshoot this? I tried sending an e-mail to
> > address@hidden, but it bounced back
> with
> > an invalid domain.
> >
> >
> 
> RIGS is not maintained anymore (I haven't heard from
> laurent in a long 
> time).  Perhaps a backtrace would help, though. 
> Although there is 
> nothing in NSApp's setDelegate method that would
> cause a seg fault...
> 



        
                
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