Need help regarding library conflict

Discussion in 'C++' started by abbu, Mar 14, 2006.

  1. abbu

    abbu Guest

    Hi friends,

    Iam working on a C++ GUI.
    Gui is opening properly , but when i close it core dump happens
    i did a mdb on the file and got the below result.

    > $c

    libdbs.so.3`__1cOunsafe_ostreamFflush6M_r0_+0x24(ff2423a0, ff021ad8, 4,
    ff021ae4, ff021adc, 4)
    libdbs.so.3`__1cSostream_withassign2T6M_v_+0x30(ff24239c, 0, fe84e2d0,
    ff11cba8, 30180, fdf80828)
    libc.so.1`_exithandle+0x70(1354f8, bf3170, 0, ffbfc760, 3, ff1bc000)
    libc.so.1`exit+0x24(0, bf5480, bf5490, ffbfc388, 0, 0)
    _start+0x110(0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0)
    >


    Can any one plsss... let me know what could be the problem.

    Rgds,
    abbu//
     
    abbu, Mar 14, 2006
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  2. abbu wrote:
    >> $c

    > libdbs.so.3`__1cOunsafe_ostreamFflush6M_r0_+0x24(ff2423a0, ff021ad8, 4,
    > ff021ae4, ff021adc, 4)
    > libdbs.so.3`__1cSostream_withassign2T6M_v_+0x30(ff24239c, 0, fe84e2d0,
    > ff11cba8, 30180, fdf80828)
    > libc.so.1`_exithandle+0x70(1354f8, bf3170, 0, ffbfc760, 3, ff1bc000)
    > libc.so.1`exit+0x24(0, bf5480, bf5490, ffbfc388, 0, 0)
    > _start+0x110(0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0)


    This looks pretty much as if destroying a global stream object tries
    to access a no longer existing stream buffer. Did you redirect e.g.
    'std::cerr' to write to a GUI window but forgot to restore the
    original stream buffer?
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    Dietmar Kuehl, Mar 14, 2006
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