[PyQt] Segfaulting in PyQt-4.6

jonnobleuk at gmail.com jonnobleuk at gmail.com
Sat Oct 17 13:30:43 BST 2009

On Saturday 17 October 2009 11:57:15 Hans-Peter Jansen wrote:
> Am Samstag 17 Oktober 2009 schrieb jonnobleuk at gmail.com:
> > I have a bit of a problem. My application worked fine in ver-4.5.* but
> > every time I start it in 4.6 the app fails to start and all I see is
> >
> >     "Segmentation fault (core dumped)"
> >
> > I've tried to debug the app in Eric IDE but all I get is
> >
> >     "The program being debugged terminated unexpectedly"
> >
> > Has anything critical changed between 4.5 and 4.6?
> Yes, a lot. Phil is on the way to get rid from QStrings and QVariants while
> supporting Py3 properly. You might try current snapshots.
> > How do I go about
> > debugging my application?
> Unfortunately, you did not told us your environment, which is significant
> for debugging. It boils down to enabling the debug options in sip and PyQt,
> and installing the debug symbol packages for Qt and Python.
> Pete
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Cheers. That explains a lot. When you say "get rid of QStrings" does that mean 

Funtoo x86


Ubuntu Karmic x86

For some reason I haven't compiled with debug option enabled.

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