Geoff Lee g.lee at ed.ac.uk
Fri Oct 30 02:18:51 PDT 2009

On 28 Oct 2009, at 18:38, Bill Schottstaedt wrote:

>> Like I said, it seems to work fine on OSX/
>> intel and Windows (AllegroCL I think), so whether you'll be able to
>> produce whatever the problem is, I don't know.
> rats -- I can't get it to happen.  I can't think of anything simple --
> if I had a ppc mac, I'd add the -g3 switch to the C compiler switches,
> (and get rid of -O or -O2), comment out all the clm-print statements,
> recompile at least the instrument, and try again.

That seems to be the key. I couldn't see any -Os to remove from the  
cflags, but it's definitely clm-print causing the crash: remove them  
all and it works fine.

-g3 doesn't seem to throw up any more information when it crashes,  
though perhaps I'm looking in the wrong place..

Thanks again for your help. I guess we can avoid using clm-print if  
necessary but I'm happy to try anything else you can think of to try  
and track down the problem.


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