Hi, I'm creating a project with NetBeans and I'm using the CLIPSJNI library. I tried to execute the program in the command line, without a GUI ad on NetBeans but the following error always appear
Invalid memory access of location 0xfff80010 eip=0x2516cb48
Java Result: 139
This error alway appears when I assert more than 2000/2500 facts and it doesn't appear in Debug Mode (with NetBeans and with de Clips IDE debug using (run 1)).
How can I do?
Thanks in advance.
Fixed in the CLIPSJNI 0.3 release. The java classes were set up to release the underlying C data structures when the finalize method was called for the Environment class, but that runs in a separate thread from the JNI code and so won't work. You now must explicitly deallocate the C data structures from the Java code when you no longer want to use the environment. From the comments in the example programs:
This example creates just a single environment. If you create multiple
environments,call the destroy method when you no longer need the
environment. This will free the C data structures associated with the
clips = new Environment();
Calling the clear, reset, load, loadFacts, run, eval, build, assertString, and makeInstance methods can trigger CLIPS garbage collection. If you need to retain access to a PrimitiveValue returned by a prior eval, assertString, or makeInstance call, retain it and then release it after the call is made.
PrimitiveValue pv1 = clips.eval("(myFunction foo)");
PrimitiveValue pv2 = clips.eval("(myFunction bar)");
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