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From: Liam Routt (caligari_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-08-16 19:24:31
Vladimir Prus wrote:
> My first guess is single-threaded/multi-threaded mismatch. Did you try
> compiling the application with -pthread? Do you know if the program_options
> library you use is build with multithreading or not?
Compiling with -pthread gives the same result.
Building and running under 32-bit userspace makes the problem go away.
As to libraries, the Boost install created:
as well as *gcc links to those, and standard links:
which point to the threaded and non-threaded so's, as you would expect.
It looks to me like a 64-bit related problem, but I can't tell whether
it is gcc or a Boost issue. I will see whether we can go back a version
with gcc, or something. But that will be next week, as the sysadmin is
away until then.
Any other suggestions appreciated.
-- Liam Routt Ph: (03) 8344-1315 Research Programmer caligari_at_[hidden] Computer Science, Melbourne University (or liam_at_[hidden])
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