#0 0x039f04bd in sigc::signal_base::impl () from /usr/lib/libsigc-2.0.so.0
#1 0x039f05e5 in sigc::signal_base::connect () from /usr/lib/libsigc-2.0.so.0
#2 0x080772c6 in Regexxer::MainWindow::connect_signals (this=0xbfd15c2c) at
#3 0x08078c83 in MainWindow (this=0xbfd15c2c) at mainwindow.cc:155
#4 0x08072a83 in main (argc=134785632, argv=0x9c56cd8) at main.cc:187
#5 0x00ab07e4 in __libc_start_main () from /lib/libc.so.6
#6 0x080584a1 in _start ()
Incompatibility with newer libsigc++ ? This was from a freshly compiled regexxer
with all the sigc++/gtkmm updates.
What locales are you using? Maybe you are hitting
I'm pretty ignorant about locales to be honest, but let's just say i didn't do
anything special or unusual wrt to locales. This is a standard FC5 system set
with 'English (USA)'. Mind you, this is FC5 as Guest OS under VMWare, but I know
for a fact regexxer used to work just fine this way.
Let me know if you need more information, though you might have to be more
specific as i'm no locale expert :-(
Ok, this is a manifestation of this libglade bug :
To fix, compile regexxer with the flags '-Wl,--export-dynamic' and it'll be
0.8-4 Should be out in a few days, in the meantime you can test one of the
Note: These are no official FE packages and they are not signed.
ATM 8.0-4 packages can be found at
(not signed yet)
Denis, clould you please confirm that 0.8-4 fixes your problem? If so, please
close this bug NEXTRELEASE.
Yup, this is fixed! :-)
(In reply to comment #6)
> If so, please close this bug NEXTRELEASE.
Of course I meant CURRENTRELEASE. :(