Subject: Re: kdegraphics/kghostview - core dumped
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Ian Zagorskih <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 03/13/2004 16:10:41
On Saturday 13 March 2004 16:00, Ian Zagorskih wrote:
Just replace dummy /usr/pkg/lib/kde3/libkghostviewpart.so with full library
version at /usr/pkg/lib/libkghostviewlib.so and after this all starts to work
Or as a variant, while building kghostview, link ..part library with
full ..lib object files and actually get two copyes of library with just
different names and locations :)
But that's just a workaround and dosn't solve the problem of one-level symbols
resolution into shared libs.
> On Friday 12 March 2004 23:05, Joachim Thiemann wrote:
> Looks like I have a guessing what's happening...
> kghostviewpart.so dosn't include anything usefull by itself, that's just a
> dummy stub. The base KGVPart class, its object factory and so on are
> located into kghostviewlib.so library, and ..part just exports all needed
> stuff from ..lib shared object.
> Even while kghostviewlib.so is correctly installed into /usr/pkg/lib,
> dynamic library loaded cannot resolve nested symbols and as a result cannot
> resolve object factory init_xxx call.
> Well, that's just mine vision of this bug. ATM i'm trying to fix it.
> > On Friday 12 March 2004 11:28, Ian Zagorskih wrote:
> > > system: NetBSD 1.6.1/I386
> > > pkgsrc: updated from cvs several days ago
> > > kde: KDE 3.2.1
> > >
> > > At startup KGhostView gets SIGSEGV and goes in core. No debug info is
> > > available at this time.
> > >
> > > Anybody saw such behaviour ? All was fine with all flawours of KDE
> > > 3.1.x and 3.2.0
> > >
> > > // wbr
> > Yes, I see the same on 1.6ZK i386, -current as of yesterday:
> > $ kghostview
> > kdecore (KLibLoader): WARNING: KLibrary: Undefined symbol
> > "init_libkghostviewpart"
> > kdecore (KLibLoader): WARNING: The library libkghostviewpart does not
> > offer an init_libkghostviewpart function.
> > KCrash: Application 'kghostview' crashing...
> > Funny though, if I am using konqueror on my home dir and click on a pdf,
> > I get a popup with:
> > There was an error loading the module KGhostView.
> > The diagnostics is:
> > The library libkghostviewpart does not offer an init_libkghostviewpart
> > function.
> > ...but then it runs OK embedded in Konqueror.
> >From my understanding that's due to if Konqueror cannot run kghostview
> > plugin
> it runs kpdf instead. This two ones can be easily distinguished by poor
> rendering quality of kpdf :)
> // wbr