Hey there again,
Usually when I get segfaults, it’s because my own C++ code does
something stupid. When I run it through the debugger, it always lets
me know where the problem is in the C++ code (that’s how I know it’s the
C++ code causing the problem). Imagine my surprise as I got something
to segfault in Python.
For some reason the top block code is causing a segfault for me, and I
don’t know why. Is there anything in top block that could cause this?
Or, is it more likely likely a problem with my own python code?
Here’s the debug output:
-> def run(self):
-> def top_block_run_unlocked(*args):
-> return _gnuradio_swig_py_runtime.top_block_run_unlocked(*args)
Segmentation fault (core dumped)
Any help you could give me would be greatly appreciated.
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