Segmentation Deviation

when running my compiled code I always get this message:

*** Break *** segmentation violation
Generating stack trace…

how can i find where the stack trace is? I’d like to understande the line that crushes everything.

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You can try to run your code with gdb otherwise

Hi @Leonardo_Di_Bari ,
and welcome to the ROOT forum!

If you are running your code through the ROOT interpreter (e.g. with root [-l -b -q] macro.C) the stacktrace should get printed at most a few seconds later that message is printed.

If not, as Olivier mentioned the best way to go is probably to convert your macro to a full C++ program (adding a main function and all necessary #includes), compile the program (e.g. with g++ -o main main.cpp $(root-config --libs --cflags)) and then run it within a debugger, e.g. gdb (see e.g. this tutorial).


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