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Tue Nov 23 20:58:59 CET 2010
Am 23.11.2010 20:21, schrieb Gert Kello:
> I'm stuck.
> If I use binary shared-mime-info package then it throws access
> violation. VS2008 debugger says
> Unhandled exception at 0x00401010 in update-mime-database.exe:
> 0xC0000005: Access violation writing location 0x00401010.
> (tried gdb also but it complained osmething about already under debugger...)
> If I use shared-mime-info-src then the windows complains
> update-mime-info.exe is not a valid win32 executable.
> Hmm, funny enough, if I start the update-mime-info.exe from
> then it works. Sounds like something happens during "make install",
> maybe mingw strip is having some problems? (the exe files are
> different in work and image folders indeed)
> So perhaps I'm not stuck yet..
Yeah, there is currently a problem in that exact package.
The problem is that at the emerge --install step there is a manifest
added to the binary. if you run emerge -v -v -v --install
shared-mime-info-src, you can see the call to mt.exe at the very end.
This is done from inside
(search for utils.system()) If you comment out this utils.system call,
it should install and run, but there is no manifest added to the
binaries, so you *must* switch of User account control on vista/7. I am
currently investigating this problem.
> Yes, of course: emerge kdelibs did install shared-mime-info from
> win32-bin.. Annoying. Luckily it is only one file to overwrite... (I
Yeah, it is broken in the same way... :-/
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