Building on Windows from scratch, enable-python and some install-impl.sh vs custom.sh suggestions
jralls at ceridwen.us
Thu May 29 13:54:30 EDT 2014
On May 29, 2014, at 10:11 AM, Wm Tarr <wm.tarr at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 15/05/2014 23:16, Wm Tarr wrote:
>> My compile with enable-python is clean but the resulting .exe doesn't work, or rather, it doesn't work for long.
>> trace logs are like this
>> * 21:34:24 INFO <gnc.gui> [main] System locale returned English_United Kingdom.1252
>> * 21:34:24 INFO <gnc.gui> [main] Effective locale set to English_United Kingdom.1252.
>> * 21:34:32 INFO <gnc.engine> [gnc_hook_lookup] no hook lists
>> that is all of it
> I've got gdb working and it is simply saying "No stack" when built with python.
> Time passes.
> I can build Gnome / libxml2 with 2 types of python
> My builds with python for all of the above but *not* including --enable-python for the actual gnucash build work.
> That suggests to me I have the python part right.
> Can anyone give me a clue as to what to look for next?
> I think I've done my homework, I'm now asking for help.
Are you trying to debug a regular run of GnuCash or a python program using the python bindings? If the former, does gdb work for you if you don’t —enable-python?
With python enabled, if you set a breakpoint on inner_main does it stop at the breakpoint? Does `bt` then report a stack?
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