[geos-devel] CVS PrecisionModel segfault on Windows MSVC 7.1

Charlie Savage cfis at interserv.com
Thu Jan 26 13:40:15 EST 2006

There is nothing in the updated SWIG bindings that would affect Geometry 
factories or precision models.  However, there are changes with passing 
vectors of coordinates and geometries to functions.  Do you have some 
test code I could look at?  This could be caused by one of the methods 
your are calling taking over ownership of the geometry, but Python 
doesn't know it. 


Howard Butler wrote:
>> Can it be you deleted it ?
>> PrecisionModels are inside GeometryFactories, which must
>> keep alive for the whole lifetime of geometries created with it.
>> --strk;
> That's very possible.  I'm driving things with the python swig 
> bindings (pre Charlies patch because of its reliance on an unreleased 
> cvs swig that I can't build on windows or os x).  At least the 
> autogen.sh/configure stuff currently in cvs complains about the lack 
> of swig 1.3.28, which doesn't exist.
> In the meantime, I will try bumping the reference count of the object 
> to cheat.
> It's interesting that the same code doesn't puke on OS X though.
> Howard
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