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Re: @autoreleasepool casuses seg fault on new install

From: Alessandro Sangiuliano
Subject: Re: @autoreleasepool casuses seg fault on new install
Date: Tue, 9 Jun 2015 18:23:56 +0200

Assuming that you aren’t using NSAutoreleasePool with -fobjc-arc, because with ARC NSAutoreleasePool is unavailable, please, can you post the piece of code that is causing problems, or a link to it, or in the case it is proprietary code, can you reproduce the not working piece of code with a little example?

It’s hard to help trying to guess your code.

Il giorno 09/giu/2015, alle ore 17:21, allynm <mark.allyn@verizon.net> ha scritto:

Hello everyone,

I have just installed the GNUstep core packages, plus libobjc2, plus LLVM,
plus clang(s) and testing the installation.
When I attempt to use @autoreleasepool the program compiles and links but
crashes on execution with a seg fault.  If I revert to NSAutoreleasePool
*pool style, the program, including a little gui alert, runs fine.  Blocks
also works fine.

I tried setting the flag -fobjc-arc, but that caused a dispatch queue to
error out the build.

Any suggestions?


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