|Subject:||RE: crashes on Solaris (was Re: how to load .gmodel file?)|
|Date:||Wed, 4 Dec 2002 22:38:28 -0800|
> Naomaru Itoi wrote:
> > Thanks, Richard, Manuel.
> > I installed libxml2-2.4.28, and it seems to parse the XML
> gmodel file
> > now. Thank you.
> > However, the application doesn't quite run yet.
> > When I run my CurrencyConverter.app (which I ported from
> Cocoa sample),
> > I encounter the following:
> > - "Unable to initialize XIM, using standard keyboard events"
> That's expected, but if you know why this is, let me know.
> Perhaps XIM
> just doesn't work on Solaris.
> > When I ignore these error messages, two blank windows
> appear. Then it
> > says:
> > - "Internal: No can't decode color space
> NSPatternColorSpace. creating
> > generic white collor."
> Also expected.
> > - "Illegal Instruction (core dumped)"
> > Please see the error messages (error.txt) and the output from gdb
> > (gdb.txt). It dies in
> > () .
> Due to a Solaris limitation (can't set a structure to 0). I've fixed
> this to test for the problem. Pretty much anytime you get Illegal
> Instruction on Solaris, it's due to this kind of bug. Thanks
> for the bug
I've downloaded objc, base, gui, and back from CVS.
Everything compiles, but gdbc in base doesn't start. It dies with segmentation fault.
I attach the output from gdb.
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