|Mar 30, 2008, 10:46 PM||#1|
non-zero refcount error in new iPhone SDK?
Has anyone else been getting these errors in the console when running Xcode from Beta 2?
3/30/08 11:47:05 PM Xcode Unable to load platform at path /Developer/Platforms/Aspen.platform 3/30/08 11:47:06 PM Xcode LCC Scroll Enhancer loaded 3/30/08 11:47:06 PM [0x0-0x19019].com.apple.Xcode Xcode(123,0xb0103000) malloc: free_garbage: garbage ptr = 0x2b405a0, has non-zero refcount = 1 3/30/08 11:47:06 PM [0x0-0x19019].com.apple.Xcode Xcode(123,0xb0103000) malloc: free_garbage: garbage ptr = 0x2b71810, has non-zero refcount = 1
After awhile, I get this dreaded 10810 message.
Last edited by ace2600; Mar 30, 2008 at 10:53 PM.
|Apr 8, 2008, 11:27 AM||#2|
Yea, I've been having the same problems (only after installing the iPhone SDK). It's a pretty widespread issue, but I don't think Apple has released any statements on the matter.
I know it's Beta software and all, but there's no way that a Beta being released *to the public* for free download should cripple an entire operating system.
|Apr 8, 2008, 11:37 AM||#3|
I think those are more memory management-related errors and messages in the beta 3.1 version of XCode that issues related to any applications specifically. Seems to be stuff generated by the garbage collector.
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