Unfortunately, I can't really tell what is going on since too many
stack frames were truncated from Thread 0.
My guess is that JNFLookupClass class is failing either because the
bootclasspath is somehow messed up, or the JNIEnv* it was passed is
uninitialized (somehow). Does your app have any specific JVM version
requirements? Do you now if the customer has installed the Java for
Mac OS X 10.5 Update 4 developer preview? Is this crash a new
development, or something they have seen intermittently (perhaps on
other OS versions)?
We really need the whole set of stack frames to understand how the
code is getting into this state.
Java Runtime Engineer
On Jun 10, 2009, at 6:26 AM, Thomas Schleu wrote:
A customer has a (non-reproducable) crash of our Cocoa-App which
instantiates a JavaVM when starting up. The app crashes in the main
while processing the OpenApp AppleEvent while in another thread the
is just being instantiated. For me it looks like the AWTStarter is not
thread-safe in the method [AWTStarter appKitIsRunning:] when the
[AWTStarter start:swtMode:swtModeForWebStart:] is being executed.
Does anyone know a way to work around this problem?
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