Can't upgrade gtk3 as part of a "upgrade outdated", Segmentation fault?

Ryan Schmidt ryandesign at
Sun Aug 28 01:44:10 PDT 2016

On Aug 27, 2016, at 12:41, [ftp83plus] <gestos at> wrote:
> So, after reinstalling Mac OS X as I did to get out of the startup crash as I did, even if ports stayed in place, I should re-perform the LibcxxOnOlderSystems steps?

In general, no, reinstalling the same version of macOS does not necessitate reinstalling MacPorts and your ports. However, the issues Mihai noted may require reinstalling the affected ports. I'm not an expert at reading crash logs so I can't say for certain why your crash occurred. I just know that when a crash occurs, you should provide the crash log so that someone who is more familiar might be able to help. 

>> El 2016-08-27, a las 12:17, Mihai Moldovan escribió:
>>> On 27.08.2016 04:00 PM, [ftp83plus] wrote:
>>> Crash log, approximately when gtk3 segfaulted:
>> In there, I see two things that look weird:
>> - you're using ld64-136, although step 8 and 9 of the LibcxxOnOlderSystems
>>   guide explicitly says to switch to ld64-latest
>> - ld64-136 was installed with +llvm37, although step 5 and 7 make sure that
>>   +llvm38 is used
>> The second problem may be explicable by upgrading - earlier versions probably
>> used llvm37 and the llvm38 change is relatively new.
>> Still, your setup is broken/deviates from what is advertised to work on 10.6.
>> That crash is probably a consequence of that.

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