[alsa-devel] [Mult]Re: A debug version of the ALSA lib?
Olivier Guillion - Myriad
olivier at myriad-online.com
Thu Sep 1 16:19:42 CEST 2011
Unfortunately, it didn't work for me.
It started to install about 700 MB of miscellaneous packages, and failed on the
making of the final package.
By precaustion I reverted to a previous snapshot of my system.
Isn't it a simpler way to get debug info?
Is it possible for instance to install libasound-dbg on Ubuntu 11.04?
Maybe my problem comes from run-time link with the library?
Does anyone use Code:Blocks to compile C applications that use ALSA?
If yes could you please tell me the compiler/linker settings to properly use
the ALSA shared libs? I added "/usr/lib/libasound.so.2" to the "Link library"
section of the Linker settings, and it worked, but I still get crashes on the
"snd_device_name_hints", especially within a small Mozilla plug-in in Firefox.
I can send the whole project, with a very easy test that shows the problem if
Pavel Hofman <pavel.hofman at ivitera.com> wrote :
> >> To be able to go further, I'd need a debug version of the ALSA library,
> >> including variable names and source lines, which could let me find more
> >> easily what goes wrong and when.
> >> Is it possible to build such a library from the alsa-lib-126.96.36.199 sources? Or
> >> should I download and install another specific package?
> > The sources are the same. Whether you'll get a library with debug
> > symbols depends on the compile time options when building the lib. And
> > depending on your distribution, you might also be able to install the
> > debug-enabled version by choosing the -dbg package derivat.
> E.g. in debian/ubuntu I use dpkg-buildpackage with debug enabled, for
> details see e.g.
> , just libasound2 instead of mutt.
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