[PyKDE] Segv debugging

Derek Fountain derekfountain at yahoo.co.uk
Thu Oct 16 06:33:01 BST 2003

On Thursday 16 October 2003 11:47, Phil Thompson wrote:
> # The SIP v4 module is called sip.
> import libsip as sip
> sip.settracemask(0xff)
> ...you can change the mask at any time. See the SIP_TRACE_* values in sip.h
> to see the detail of which trace messages correspond to which bit of the
> mask.

OK. I'm using 3.7, self compiled on a SuSE box. I don't have that. Even if I 
did, I probably wouldn't be able to make sense of the output - I'm new to 
most of this stuff.

I've boiled the problem down to a small bit of code. The line which causes the 
segv is a "self.setCloseMode( True )" in a class derived from QDockWindow. If 
I put the code in a tar archive on a server somewhere, would someone who 
knows what they are doing like to test it on a more up to date PyQt setup, 
and possibly investigate the problem? Even if I've done something bone headed 
(probable), a segv isn't the correct action...

> eatapple
core dump

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