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« on: October 02, 2007, 08:12:37 pm »


I’m trying to run wxtest.cpp which can be found in CS/tests. I did not have
problems to compile it, but the application crashes during the call to the
following method:

csInitializer::OpenApplication(object_reg); (in Simple::Initialize())

I’m running CS 1.2rc2 on Windows XP SP2, AMD Athlon X2, nVidia Quadro 6150.
The error report generated by Windows indicates that the error occurs in

wxWidgets 2.8.0 compiles fine, including OpenGL support, and the bundled
OpenGL demos runs without errors, thus I believe that wxWidgets’ support to
OpenGL is ok. I’m using the following sequence to compile wxWidgets (from
wxWidgets root directory):

$> mkdir build-debug

$> cd build-debug

$> ../configure --with-msw --enable-debug --enable-debug_gdb
--disable-shared -–with-opengl USE_OPENGL=1

$> make

To compile CS in MSYS (from CS root directory):

$> ./configure –with-opengl USE_OPENGL=1

$> jam

The output log generated by CS’ “./configure” script shows the following
lines confirming that CS found wxWidgets:

checking for wx-config... wx-config

checking for libwx... yes

checking if wxWidgets is built with OpenGL support... yes   

I would be glad to post any other information that might help to find the
solution to this problem.

TIA! Any help would be greatly appreciated!


José Rodolfo.
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« Reply #1 on: October 06, 2007, 12:56:00 pm »


  can you retry with 1.2 final release, then provide a backtrace if you still get the problem ?
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