[vtk-developers] Recent problem with vtk and gcc
Lorensen, William E (CRD)
lorensen at crd.ge.com
Wed Jan 2 08:27:46 EST 2002
My LD_LIBRARY_PATH is fine. You are right, the Instantiator has to do with serialization.
From: J.A. Lee [mailto:jeff at cdnorthamerica.com]
Sent: Wednesday, January 02, 2002 8:17 AM
To: Bill Lorensen
Cc: vtk-developers at public.kitware.com
Subject: Re: [vtk-developers] Recent problem with vtk and gcc
I build shared with gcc, both 3.x and 2.95.2 on solaris 7/8. I haven't
seen any problems as of yet due to the instantiator, but I don't use the
tcl wrappers. I was going to post a message to find out what the
Instantiator class was intended for, but I'm guessing that it has to do
with serialization - why else would you want to instantiate a class with
a string? This might be a long-shot, but could it have something to do
with your library path? If you "ldd -r" on the vtk executable, do the
paths look correct?
Bill Lorensen wrote:
>I'm having trouble on Solaris with gcc 2.95 and vtk when I build with shared libraries. The vtk
executable aborts during startup. The debugger shows that "this = 0x00000" in the IOInstantiator.
When I build static, all is well.
>Is anyone building vtk with shared libraries and gcc? This is, of course, a recent problem. I've
been building vtk with shared libraries for some time now. I suspect some weirdness in the
Instantiator wrt its static class variables.
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