Hello. I compiled 4.2.177 (with my modifications, that's why it's so old) on Vista with TDM-GCC32 and caught an awful bug.
I used GTKMM 2.22 development package. My release ( -O3 ) version fails here:
with exception 0xC0000005 .
My debug version ( -O0 ) fails here:
with following backtrace:
#0 0x75ddeb6a in strlen () from C:\Windows\system32\msvcrt.dll
#1 0x6652ea69 in length (__s=<optimized out>)
#2 std::basic_string<char, std::char_traits<char>, std::allocator<char> >::basi
c_string (this=0xdca11e <_ZN8rtengineL7MAXVALDE+12486>,
__s=0xeefa7b2c <Address 0xeefa7b2c out of bounds>, __a=...)
#3 0x664de158 in Glib::ustring::ustring (
src=0xeefa7b2c <Address 0xeefa7b2c out of bounds>) at ustring.cc:318
#4 0x00a55128 in __static_initialization_and_destruction_0 (
#5 0x00a5523f in _GLOBAL__sub_I__ZN6rtexif14stdInterpreterE ()
#6 0x00a74a4a in __do_global_ctors ()
#7 0x004010dc in __mingw_CRTStartup ()
#8 0x00401295 in mainCRTStartup ()
The weirdness here is that program crashes at static and global variables initialization and I cannot decypher this backtrace.
const Glib::ustring PAPER_NAME_A3 = "iso_a3"; and that is hella weird as well, the constructor of this
&MAXVALD variable (if I understand it correctly) from completely unrelated part of program as
this and completely bad memory address as initialization source.
So, there is something terribly wrong and I do not have a slightest clue about how to fix it. Googling this does not help. I tried copying libraries from 4.2.1 release, with samish result. 4.2.1 runs fine, the same code compiled with same version of TDM-GCC for 64bit and same version of GTKMM runs fine on other machine.
My cmake command is
cmake -DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=%RT_BUILD_TYPE% -D_WIN32_WINNT=0x0502 -DCMAKE_C_FLAGS="-O3 %RT_SSE_SUPPORT%" -DCMAKE_CXX_FLAGS="%CMAKE_C_FLAGS%" -DBUILD_BUNDLE:BOOL="1" -DCACHE_NAME_SUFFIX:STRING="%RT_CACHE_VER%" -G "MinGW Makefiles" -DPROC_TARGET_NUMBER:STRING=2 %RT_SOURCECODE_PATH% and same for debug with
Here are release execs to try it out if anyone wants it by a pure chance (you may unpack them to existing 4.2.1 installation): https://filebin.net/yrvli0rfvgqbza60