On Thu, 24 Feb 2011 13:00:21 -0800, Walter Poor wrote:
> John Brown wrote,
> > Ok, you're looking at a "stackdump", but *what* are you looking
> > at? Are you talking about a call stack similar to what Java
> > or .NET programs write to the screen when they crash? ...
> Yes: the stackdump produced when my stupid program crashes, not the
> traditional message back to Microsoft or some such company. Actually,
> there are two levels of detail: stuff is written to the screen, and
> then a stackdump file is written to my working folder. When I open the
> file, it contains just a bit more than was written to the screen.
As far as I know, a MinGW program does not produce such a stack
trace on its own, so if *you* are not writing those messages, maybe a
library that you are using is responsible, and it has nothing to do
Maybe you should just post the messages.
Alias John Brown.