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Outloud server segfaults.

For some odd reason, even though the Outloud extention library
compiles, running the outloud server causes a segfault. I'm linking
against  TCL 8.2.

I fired up tcl in GDB and passed outloud as an argument. Here's the
rather unhelpful backtrace; doesn't seem helpful to me, but maybe I'm
missing something. :)

Program received signal SIGSEGV, Segmentation fault.
0x4026a883 in strncmp ()
(gdb) bt
#0  0x4026a883 in strncmp ()
#1  0x4029fe6f in getopt_long_only ()
#2  0x4022f5f5 in ETIThread type_info node ()
#3  0x4022f664 in ETIThread type_info node ()
#4  0x40071b01 in dlopen ()
#5  0x400653c3 in   ()
#6  0x40058027 in   ()
#7  0x40038f11 in   ()
#8  0x400561f5 in   ()
#9  0x400265d8 in   ()
#10 0x40024506 in   ()
#11 0x8048e25 in main ()
#12 0x8048dbb in   ()

Is there any way short of recompiling TCL -ggdb to figure out what's
causing this segfault? I know the TTS engine works locally because
I've been doing development with it, so that isn't the problem.


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