[Interest] Windows segfault, but not on Linux

Koehne Kai Kai.Koehne at digia.com
Thu Nov 21 09:19:58 CET 2013

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> Bo Thorsen
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> Subject: Re: [Interest] Windows segfault, but not on Linux
> Hi William,
> Sounds like you have quite a nightmare of a bug there.
> I don't have a solution for you, but I can tell you my starting points for trying to
> figure this one out.
> First is *always* this one: Have you run your application in valgrind?

I'd start with that  too, and here's why: Such 'weird' errors in seemingly unrelated code paths are often enough a sign of a memory corruption going on ... i.e. you're writing to invalid pointers etc somewhere else in your code. 



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