[PyKDE] Crash in Windows during a long run
phil at riverbankcomputing.co.uk
Tue Nov 16 13:47:20 GMT 2004
Yes - except for step changes like new-style classes, new versions of
Python rarely require SIP changes.
> Does this mean the snapshots support Python 2.4? That would be great.
> On Tuesday 16 November 2004 4:16 am, Phil Thompson wrote:
>> As I understand it, Python and any extention modules must be built with
>> the same compiler. You cannot reliably mix MSVC 6 and 7.
>> As a quick test you could use Python 2.4b2 - you will need to re-build
>> and PyQt against it. Python 2.3 is built with MSVC 6. Python 2.4 is
>> with MSVC 7/NET.
>> > Hi, our PyQt application crashed over the weekend during a long run. I
>> > dropped into the Visual Studio debugger and took a screen shot of the
>> > call stack. It seems to happen in msvcr71.dll!memset() after it was
>> > called from sip.pyd (see attached screen shot).
>> > Unfortunately, Qt, PyQt and SIP were compiled in non-debug mode so no
>> > source code information is available.
>> > Do you have any recommendations as to how we can track this problem? I
>> > not very experienced in debugging C++ code so some guidance will help
>> > lot.
>> > We are running with Python 2.3.4, Qt 3.3.3, PyQt 3.13 and SIP 4.1
>> > Windows XP SP1. Everything was compiled under VS .Net 2003 except
>> > As far as I can tell the application doesn't do much GUI processing
>> > running except painting itself and updating a status panel (a
>> > which contains some statistics that gets updated every second.
>> > The memory utilization was close to the physical memory limit (around
>> > 900MB) but well below the virtual memory limit (2.5GB).
>> > Thanks
>> > -Selim
>> > Selim Tuvi, Research Engineering Group, SLAC
>> > GLAST, I&T Online, MS 98
>> > Tel:650-926-3376 Fax:650-926-4335
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