[pylucene-dev] issues compiling PyLucene on Linux
vajda at osafoundation.org
Fri Apr 11 12:11:36 PDT 2008
On Fri, 11 Apr 2008, Bill Janssen wrote:
>> On Thu, 10 Apr 2008, Bill Janssen wrote:
>>> Now I can generate the wrappers, and call initVM on GoodStuff, but not
>>> actually run it. This is Python 2.5.1 running both "lucene" and
>>> "goodstuff", both wrapped with --shared, using Java 6 on CentOS Linux.
>>> Can this raise a (Python) exception which can be caught and handled
>>> rather than aborting the process?
>> You say 'can this raise a (Python) exception....' but what is 'this' ?
>> In particular, what is happening at build/_goodstuff/__wrap__.cpp:6166 ?
> It's calling newObject(), pretty much what the stack trace says.
Yes, that much I saw too. But I need to know what is calling to be able to
answer your question as to why it's crashing and not reporting a python
> It turned out to be another missing class issue, referenced by one of
> the types implementing GoodStuff, and not on my classpath. If I fire
> up Python interactively, and try creating an instance of GoodStuff by
> hand, I get the Java exception and stack trace. I'm not sure why it
> doesn't work inside a program...
If you tell me what's at that line of code (__wrap__.cpp:6166) I can give
you an answer.
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