> Ok, this works in OS X without dbus-python. But this seems to have introduced a segfault on shutdown in librosgui_cpp_sip.dylib. I haven't tried with pyside only to see if this is the case there too. >
> https://gist.github.com/1901481 >
> Above is the segfault if you can sift through the Python.
this looks like a double-delete issue.
I can't reproduce the issue on Ubuntu.
But the recent changes for DBus/XEmbed are very likely not related.
On 3rd Feb. I adapted the load/unload of plugins to the latest pluginlib version.
Can you make sure that the rosgui_cpp_sip and rosgui_roscpp libraries are both rebuild?
If one of those would be not up-to-date that might be a reason for this issue.
When does the issue happen?
Just opening the GUI (with rosgui_cpp_sip and rosgui_roscpp compiled) and closing it?