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Re: Random crashes on ANthill map
On Monday 09 February 2004 04:26 pm, Dave Fancella wrote:
> I'm getting some random crashes on the Anthill map. :(
ALright, some more information. I'm using the Revelation map, I think. I
Anyway, here's one thing that's happening, resulting in a segfault. I moved
several pieces up next to a light tank. The first two pieces knocked him
down to nothing, but the piece remained on the map. When the next attacker
on that piece showed up to resolve his attack (which it shouldn't do,
right?), the map recentered somewhere else and showed me in the dialog for
resolving the fight a ghosted-white version of the light tank icon. It
continued to resolve the attack. When it was next my turn, and I got the map
to look at, the light tank had turned into a barracks. When I click on the
barracks, segfault. I suspect that this is the same bug causing different
symptoms at seemingly random intervals, but what do I know? ;)
Here's the message in gdb at the point the segfault happened:
Program received signal SIGSEGV, Segmentation fault.
0x0805410e in Game::HandleLMB(Point const&) (this=0x80a0aa0, hex=@0xbffff58c)
Here's the backtrace, if it's useful at all:
#0 0x0805410e in Game::HandleLMB(Point const&) (this=0x80a0aa0,
hex=@0xbffff58c) at game.cpp:1235
#1 0x080bb618 in ?? ()
#2 0x08053bfa in Game::HandleEvent(SDL_Event const&) (this=0x1,
event=@0x80bb618) at game.cpp:1116
#3 0x08060369 in Panel::HandleEvent(SDL_Event const&) (this=0x4cb,
event=@0xbffff5e0) at mapwindow.cpp:437
#4 0x0807bdc4 in View::HandleEvents() (this=0x809d1b0)
#5 0x0805bd9f in main (argc=7, argv=0xbffff6b4) at main.cpp:131
#6 0x40241c57 in __libc_start_main () from /lib/i686/libc.so.6
Next, I typed 'up' in gdb, and here it is:
#1 0x080bb618 in ?? ()
If there's anything else I can do to track this down, let me know.
> They're happening, well, randomly. :) Occasionally, there doesn't yet
> seem to be a pattern, when I select a piece to move it, and then click on
> the space I want it to move, crimson segfaults with the SDL chute deployed
> error message.
> Um, 0.4.0 without the patch (with turn replay disabled). Linux
> 2.4.something, Mandrake 9.2, all available sdl libraries from Mandrake (I
> can get specific version numbers if you really want them). What else?
> Computer is in a beige box with a darker plastic front cover that's really
> ugly, but was also really cheap. Hrm. :)
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