Re: unhandled memory fault in test-gtk, 64bit?
Johan Ur Riise <johan <at> riise-data.no>
2009-03-14 17:37:24 GMT
lø., 14.03.2009 kl. 16.59 +0100, skrev Ramarren:
> On Sat, Mar 14, 2009 at 3:26 PM, Johan Ur Riise <johan <at> riise-data.no> wrote:
> > Unhandled memory fault at #x400000004B.
> > when i run the test.
> > Could this have something to do with me using a 64 bit sbcl?
> This might be it, if you have GTK compiled for 32 bits and SBCL for 64
> bits their concept of "int" would differ. But I would expect failure
> in that case to be earlier, and the address looks weird. Maybe the
> library didn't load correctly? But then, I don't really know how GTK
> works, I just hacked things until it started working on my machine,
> with Gentoo Linux and gtk+-2.12.11.
> Oh, and regarding your earlier problem with too high labels, I checked
> your example and it creates a window just high enough to fit the text,
> as it should be.
Fine, my 64 bit system is ubuntu hardy, and it is 64 bit from inner to
outer, I hope. Gtk version is 2.12.9-3ubuntu5.
Since last I have upgraded all packages on a 32 bit debian system,
including cells and cells-gtk3 from your git repositories. And in fact,
both the label height problem and the unhandled memory fault
disappeared, and I am able to run the complete test-gtk application.
(with the memory error, I could run it if I removed tree-view and menu
from the test-gtk app). The test-gtk application is also more visually
appealing with the height problem out of the way.