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Re: Segfault in free(), electric-fence for C++ ?

> Alex Yukhimets <aqy6633@acf5.nyu.edu> writes:
> > I have some strange problem with my C++ code: I get a segmentation fault
> > in destructor's delete[] operator. GDB says it happend in free().
> > What could be the cause of that? The only place I touch the pointer
> > I pass to delete[] is in the constructor while allocating memory with new.
> I got this while trying to get xosview to compile and run cleanly.  It
> was calling the destructor for particular objects twice.
> Try running it with different values of the environment variable
> MALLOC_CHECK_, i.e.:

Thanks a lot for everybody.

After linking with electric-fence, I finaly nailed the place I write off
the array boundary. After fixing that, I have no more segfaults in

Thanks again. You literally saved my day.

Alex Y.

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