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Re: Pixen 0.1 Compiles OK (lot of warnings of course) Starts Up and Imme

From: Citizen Jimserac
Subject: Re: Pixen 0.1 Compiles OK (lot of warnings of course) Starts Up and Immediately Crashes
Date: Mon, 21 Jan 2013 21:57:16 -0800 (PST)
User-agent: G2/1.0

On Jan 21, 6:50 pm, Citizen Jimserac <address@hidden> wrote:
> Fairly recent GNUstep running on Fedora Core 17.
> Here is what happens on startup:
> address@hidden Pixen.app]$ ./Pixen
> Unable to create time zone for name: 'America/New York'
> (source '/etc/sysconfig/clock file').
> You can override the timezone name by setting the 'Local Time Zone'
> NSUserDefault via the 'defaults' command line utility, a Preferences
> application, or some other utility.
> eg "defaults write NSGlobalDomain 'Local Time Zone' 'Africa/Nairobi'"
> See '(null)'
> for the standard timezones such as 'GB-Eire' or 'America/Chicago'.
> 2013-01-21 23:41:03.336 Pixen[14434] Using time zone with absolute
> offset 0.
> 2013-01-21 23:41:03.326 Pixen[14434] File NSBundle.m: 2315. In -
> [NSBundle localizedStringForKey:value:table:] Localisation file /home/
> jimserac/Pixen-0.1/Pixen.app/Resources/English.lproj/
> Localizable.strings not in portable encoding so I'm using the default
> encoding for the current system, which may not display messages
> correctly.
> The file should be ASCII (using \U escapes for unicode characters) or
> Unicode (UTF16 or UTF8) with a leading byte-order-marker.
> Segmentation fault (core dumped)
> Before I start debugging, does anything obvious standout regarding the
> error message ?   I had to comment out message/NSMailDelivery.h in
> UKFeedbackProvider.m since I don't have that include.
> What is good debugger to use for debugging GNUStep app?
> Am using Xemacs 21.5 beta 31 "ginger".for editor,   Works quite nicely
> too.
> Thanks
> J

Oh oops, looks like some sort of overflow happening in the gui lib....

Program received signal SIGSEGV, Segmentation fault.
0x42e977cd in ?? () from /usr/lib/libgnustep-gui.so.0.22

No idea how to debug that one...!   But... out of curiosity, I'l power
up the old Windows XP box and try it there.


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