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Re: [E-devel] Solaris edje troubles
On Thu, Nov 16, 2006 at 10:41:49AM +0900, Carsten Haitzler wrote:
> On Wed, 15 Nov 2006 20:14:17 +0100 Falko Schmidt
> <firstname.lastname@example.org> babbled:
> > Hi all,
> > I'm trying to compile enlightenment (CVS snapshot or fdo tarballs) on
> > current Solaris Express with gcc 3.4.5 from blastwave and 3.4.6 from
> > sunfreeware.com. EFL compiles fine but as soon as I compile
> > enlightenment edje_cc segfaults:
> > #0 0xfed52e74 in evas_list_append (list=0x3dce8, data=0x40e48)
> > at evas_list.c:90
> > #1 0x00022e78 in source_fetch_file (
> > fil=0xffbff285 "../../data/init/default.edc",
> > filname=0xffbfe2c0 "default.edc") at edje_cc_sources.c:85
> > #2 0x000237f0 in source_fetch () at edje_cc_sources.c:211
> > #3 0x000132b0 in main (argc=15, argv=0xffbff03c) at
> > edje_cc.c:180
> > Any hints are greatly appreciated.
> run it through valgrind and see. that doesnt make any sense (that bt) as
> evas_list is a very proven bit of code. the only thing that makes sens is it
> got corrupt - but how? edje_cc hasnt changed recently so it would break. need
> moe info.
Thanks for the answer. After some more digging I found out that the same
happens with the test applications for evas and ecore in test/orig,
telling me something about "Bus Error" before segfaulting. I think it
has something to do with the SunOS linker of 2.11. After switching back
to Solaris 10 (2.10) the problem was gone (using the same build tools).
Now that I've got E17 running, I noticed that it recieves no keyboard
input at all (e.g. in the 'run command' dialog or and other widget)
although input works for applications run inside E17 (e.g. xterm). I'll
investigate a bit more, but maybe someone out there already knows how to
deal with it.