bug#537476, Trading accounts without business features

Derek Atkins warlord at MIT.EDU
Thu Dec 3 11:57:42 EST 2009

Christian Stimming <stimming at tuhh.de> writes:

> Am Samstag, 28. November 2009 schrieb Mike Alexander:
>> https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=537476
>> I can't reproduce this problem.  I rebuilt from r18443 with r18430
>> (your work around for the crash) reverted and can't get it to crash.
>> If you have a chance, please set breakpoints at
>> qof_book_use_trading_accounts and
>> libgncmod_business_gnome_gnc_module_init.  I'd like to know which of
>> these is hit first and what the stack trace is when you hit
>> qof_book_use_trading_accounts.
> Thanks for the suggestion, backtrace below (r18444 with r18430 reverted).  
> Apparently the ordering looks completely fine.
> Could this be caused by different guile versions? I'm running Ubuntu 9.10 with 
> its current build dependencies of gnucash installed, which gives me the devel 
> package only of guile-1.6.8, not guile-1.8.x (guile-1.6-dev 1.6.8-6.3ubuntu1 
> to be precise).
> As for mixing up old and new installations: I discovered the directory 
> prefix/lib/gnucash of my installation path to still contain the files 
> libgncmod-business-backend-file.so and libgncmod-backend-file.so (those 
> modules have been renamed into backend-xml a year ago), and apparently they 
> still get loaded at startup (even though its content might be unused, I don't 
> know). Removing them here didn't have any impact on the current bug, though. 
> Nevertheless we might need to take precautions those old files don't interfere 
> with the current code base. Maybe some magic with the gnc-module version 
> numbers?

Just for kicks... Are you doing this from a clean checkout of did you
just do an svn update and rebuild?  You might want to try from a clean
update, in case there are any swig remnants left over from before this

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