Thread-topic: crash in __static_initialization_and_destruction on 10.3.9 but not 10.4.4?
on 1/31/06 5:00 PM, Steve Checkoway at email@hidden wrote:
> Since you're crashing in a static dtor, my guess would be that you
> have code that depends on the order of destruction. C++ offers no
> guarantees as to the order that destructors will be called. In
> particular, the order might have changed between OS releases or the
> order in which the linker links the files:
Y'know, that's distinctly possible. The code in question is the QpThread
library, a 3rd party C++ pthread wrapper (Google it, if you're curious).
There are a couple qpthr::QpCond globals (the object being destructed,
according to the backtrace), and they are initialized by other global
objects! So yes, this may well be the problem.
I know order of static initialization/destruction isn't guaranteed, but I've
been so focused on other possible causes that this didn't even cross my mind
*blush* I'll head down this route in the morning and see how it goes.
Thanx for the suggestion! :-)
John C. Daub }:-)>=
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