[Lazarus] Shared libraries, cmem and heaptrc
nc-gaertnma at netcologne.de
Fri Jun 8 14:03:29 CEST 2012
On Fri, 08 Jun 2012 09:15:46 +0000
Mark Morgan Lloyd <markMLl.lazarus at telemetry.co.uk> wrote:
> Before cautiously tackling a shared library, I thought I'd have a trial
> run with cmem in the program that's going to call it. I find that if I
> put 'cmem, heaptrc' at the start of the .lpr it runs and I get heaptrc
> output, /but/ one of the files has a wildly erroneous error number.
> If I remove both cmem and heaptrc from the .lpr I still get the error,
> despite having carefully removed all binaries etc. Is there a cache
> somewhere that also needs to be cleared?
AFAIK cmem and heaptrc only change the program and not any other unit
But you can use Run / Clean up build files to make sure.
How do you share the shared units between library and program?
> Call trace for block $B64BB780 size 33
> $08074E2A REALLOCMEM, line 317 of
> $08068830 fpc_ansistr_setlength, line 588 of
> $080681AC fpc_ansistr_concat, line 225 of
> $080D58D5 FORMAT, line 369 of
> $080D5F16 FORMAT, line 930 of
> $0809ED76 ALSAMIDIAVAILABLE, line 1741 of alsamidi.pas *****
> $0809DD50 TUNYOKEDFRONTENDFORM__ONAFTERSHOW, line 790 of
> $08095776 TAPPLICATION__PROCESSASYNCCALLQUEUE, line 1087 of
> 0 1>markMLl at pye-dev-13:/usr/local/src/unyoked/trunk/frontend$
> ***** This file only has 925 lines, I removed stuff that wasn't needed
> yesterday. It contains no conditional compilation or includes, it does
> though have some nested functions.
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