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donbright
Thanks to all testers.....
 
hate to ask another favor but there is one last test... this build is off the 2015.03 branch
 
 
 
The theory being tested here is to see if the build machine itself, including the version of gcc, libraries, linker, assembler, mxe, etc, is somehow causing the crash. (this build machine for the links above is a fresh debian linux 8 box with mxe updated a week or two ago).
 
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On Thu, Nov 12, 2015, at 05:36 AM, spinorkit wrote:
Hi Don,
Both these static and shared builds run and display fine on my main Windows 8.0 machine where the 2015.03 build still crashes.
 
Thanks,
Kit
 
 
On Thu, Nov 12, 2015 at 6:37 PM, donbright [via OpenSCAD] <[hidden email]> wrote:
 
Hello
 
There are some new test builds uploaded (listed below) using a very recent checkout of the MXE MingW cross build system.
 
It would be extremely helpful if anyone with a Windows machine that crashed on OpenSCAD 2015 would be able to take a few minutes and test both a shared build and a static build, just enough to see if they still crash before bootup, and if not to see whether they will do a simple preview of a cube or whatever.
 
 
 
 
 
Basically the theory being tested is whether or not the crash is caused by Static Linking vs Shared Linking... or whether it is just MXE / MingW in general that is causing the crash.
 
Thanks!!!!
 
 
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spinorkit
Hi Don,
Both these builds also run and display fine for me, unlike the original 2015.03.

Thanks,
Kit


On Fri, Nov 13, 2015 at 8:18 PM, don bright <[hidden email]> wrote:
Thanks to all testers.....
 
hate to ask another favor but there is one last test... this build is off the 2015.03 branch
 
 
 
The theory being tested here is to see if the build machine itself, including the version of gcc, libraries, linker, assembler, mxe, etc, is somehow causing the crash. (this build machine for the links above is a fresh debian linux 8 box with mxe updated a week or two ago).
 
--
  don bright
 
 
On Thu, Nov 12, 2015, at 05:36 AM, spinorkit wrote:
Hi Don,
Both these static and shared builds run and display fine on my main Windows 8.0 machine where the 2015.03 build still crashes.
 
Thanks,
Kit
 
 
On Thu, Nov 12, 2015 at 6:37 PM, donbright [via OpenSCAD] <[hidden email]> wrote:
 
Hello
 
There are some new test builds uploaded (listed below) using a very recent checkout of the MXE MingW cross build system.
 
It would be extremely helpful if anyone with a Windows machine that crashed on OpenSCAD 2015 would be able to take a few minutes and test both a shared build and a static build, just enough to see if they still crash before bootup, and if not to see whether they will do a simple preview of a cube or whatever.
 
 
 
 
 
Basically the theory being tested is whether or not the crash is caused by Static Linking vs Shared Linking... or whether it is just MXE / MingW in general that is causing the crash.
 
Thanks!!!!
 
 
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don bright
 
 


 
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