Actually, now I'm getting even more random crashes
clicking here and there on gthreads version. Anyway, having 1 or 2 threads
didn't seem to make a difference.
Jonathan Kinsey <address@hidden> wrote
on 24/06/2009 15:45:59:
> Does it crash if you change the number of threads in the options?
If so it's
> likely to be the same problem, just not quite fixed. I'm using a different
> computer today and that still crashed until I updated to gcc 4.4 so
> underlying (thread alignment) problem has been fixed.
> Massimiliano Maini wrote:
> > Jonathan Kinsey wrote on 23/06/2009 22:59:18:
> >> I've checked in a fix, it was caused by the realigned stack
pointer in the
> >> threads (which gcc doesn't align), looks like it needs to
> > un-aligned at the
> >> end of the function (at least this works for me).
> >> It's quite likely that the threads get aligned coincidently
> >> windows systems.
> > Doesn't fix the issue for me :( :( No change.
> > MaX.
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