I have an application that only play a mp3. I check all fmod function return code. I tried in debug and I have random bug, always located in the fmod lib.
I tried it on windows XP, mac 10.5 and ubuntu and I have random crash on the 3 OS.
– sometimes it generates pure function call and crash visual studio
– sometimes it’s Access violation reading location 0x00000000. (or other address)
this is the report that happen sometimes when i release the fmod system:
Exception Type: EXC_BAD_ACCESS (SIGSEGV)
Exception Codes: 0x000000000000000d, 0x000000000000615c
Crashed Thread: 0
Thread 0 Crashed:
0 ??? 0x1796dfe6 0 + 395763686
1 libfmodex.dylib 0x00a6f9c8 FMOD::SystemI::createFile(FMOD::File**, bool) + 1442
2 libfmodex.dylib 0x00a753c3 FMOD::SystemI::createFile(FMOD::File**, bool) + 24477
3 libfmodex.dylib 0x00a6b373 FMOD::System::update() + 39
using valgrind I have that:
==6372== Invalid read of size 4
==6372== at 0x408F50A: FMOD::ChannelI::stopEx(bool, bool, bool, bool, bool, bool, bool) (in /home/cvs/external/fmodex/api/lib/libfmodex.so.4.10.04)
==6372== Address 0x6B23754 is 108 bytes inside a block of size 212 free’d
==6372== at 0x402237F: free (vg_replace_malloc.c:233)
==6372== by 0x40CD164: FMOD_OS_Memory_Free(void*) (in /home/cvs/external/fmodex/api/lib/libfmodex.so.4.10.04)
Seems that stopEx try to access to a freed block.
- acemtp asked 10 years ago
I perhaps found the issue.
I play a list of mp3 stream. So i create the stream, add a callback to detect the end of the mp3 and then play the stream.
Inside the callback, i release the stream like that:
static FMOD_RESULT F_CALLBACK MusicEndCallback(FMOD_CHANNEL *channel, FMOD_CHANNEL_CALLBACKTYPE type, int command, unsigned int commanddata1, unsigned int commanddata2)
// remove the callback
MusicChannel->setCallback(FMOD_CHANNEL_CALLBACKTYPE_END, 0, 0);
// stop the music
// release the sound
then, i create a new stream, add the callaback to detect the end of the mp3 and goto 1;
Is it a good way to release a stream and all sound buffer?
Is it good to stop the music and release the sound inside the callback?
I don’t use any thread.
- acemtp answered 10 years ago
That will be it.
4.10.04/4.11.04 actually had this entry
- Stop user being able to release a sound that was already in the middle of
being released from a channel callback (Sound::release calls channel callback)
This might help you, but you are doing alot more than that.
I would suggest setting a flag in the callback, then executing that code in the main loop after system::init instead.
Then you should be fine.
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