I know this is a pretty scarce error report, but after do a
sudo make install
the programm usually opens. Now I just see the popup windows saying texmakerx.
Then it gives a segmentation fault and it shuts down. I also tried BUILD.sh,
but that isn't working as well.
I am using Ubuntu 9.10. Is that a known problem?
you could try a "make clean" before qmake ...
I tried make clean, but it does not work. I even updated to Lucid 10.04 now,
still does not work. I'd really appreciate any ideas...
okay, normally the gnu debugger is installed.
run the generated texmaker in the debugger: gdb ./texmakerx
type "run" inside the debugger.
You should get a backtrace if texmakerx crashes which you can send us.
(more comfortable is using qtcreator instead if you have some knowledge in
Here's the output.
Starting program: /../private/texmakerx/trunk/texmakerx
Program received signal SIGSEGV, Segmentation fault.
0x080d419a in LatexEditorView::documentContentChanged (this=0x8d05a38,
linenr=0, count=1) at latexeditorview.cpp:548
548 if (editor->languageDefinition()->language()!="(La-)Tex") return; // no
online checking in other files than tex
I'm not a programmer, so I did not use qtcreator. Some language related
Thanks for your efforts so far, you are great!
okay, do start texmakerx, does it load any documents ? (or used it to load
documents to restore a session)
if yes, what kind of documents ?
Does it directly crash or after some user interaction ?
(if you want to get rid of the crash, you can comment out the above mentioned
line by inserting "//" at the start of that line...)
by the way, you could run another gdb-Session and now type "bt" after the
crash to get a little more info
i checked in a new version.
could you updated and try out whether it still crashes ?
:-) You solved it! Now it starts again.
Not sure if it is still relevant, texmakerx did not load any documents, but I
sure use the restore command. It should have opend (and does now again open) 3
tex documents (.sty, .tex and .bib). Oh and yes I am using some Umlauts (I
A happy guy going home now.
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