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CINT -> g++ [message #4519] Wed, 20 June 2007 13:56 Go to previous message
Konstantin Antipin is currently offline  Konstantin Antipin
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Hi all,

I have a question concerning migration from CINT to g++.

Usually I am using root to load and execute macros with my tasks
for analysing data. So, I am using cint interpreter.

But currently I am interested to make a stand-alone program and thus use g++ for compiling.
So, I wrote a makefile (see attachment) and compiled my program. But when I am trying to execute it, it fails with segmentation error on loading libraries. I figured out, that the problem is in libParBase library in CbmRuntimeDb class. It fails when trying to access variable 'contFactories' (static TList) in function 'addContFactory'.

I can't find the reason why when I load this library under ROOT session all works perfectly.

So, if anybody has any suggestion how to make it work (if is it actually possible?), I would be very grateful.

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