Can't upgrade gtk3 as part of a "upgrade outdated", Segmentation fault?

Ken Cunningham ken.cunningham.webuse at
Sun Aug 28 07:52:45 PDT 2016

I note that ld64-latest, ld64-136, and cctools were all updated just now.

I sense the omnipresence of jeremy in the background somewhere, Obiwan...

Perhaps in hopes of saving your processor time you might just try updating those ports and try your gtk3 install again?


On 2016-08-28, at 7:40 AM, Ken Cunningham wrote:

> I'll try later this afternoon to update my own gtk3 on the same system and let you know what happens.
> Looks like it might be just your ld64* port that is dysfunctional - I suppose we could make up an example that tests the linker, like we did for clang, and see if that segfaults. Sorry I don't have time to create that right now.
> I don't know if you can just uninstall and then reinstall ld64 to "short version"  the reinstall of what appears to be the faulty executable. I would probably try to see if I could do that, myself. I suspect the dependencies might prevent that.
> I think ultimately you're into the reinstall of the tool chain that I described previously to fix the segfaulting ld64.

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