seg. fault with ext. module

Gorny gorny at hobbiton.org
Sat Aug 25 11:20:30 CEST 2001


Hi,

-----code------
#include <Python.h>

static PyObject * makesock(PyObject *self, PyObject *args);

static PyMethodDef gforce_methods[] = {
 {"makesock", makesock, METH_VARARGS},
 {NULL, NULL}
};

static PyObject * makesock(PyObject *self, PyObject *args)
{
 printf("Making socket...\n");
 return Py_None;
}

/* Initialization function for the module */
DL_EXPORT(void) initgforce(void)
{
 (void)Py_InitModule("gforce", gforce_methods);
}
-----eof-----

>>> import gforce
>>> gforce.makesock()
Making socket...
>>> Ctrl-D
Segmentation fault
[gorny at darkstar ~/gforce]$

How do I prevent this. If i import other modules and close the python-shell
it'll not end with a segmentation fault, only if it's my module.. Do i have
to make an extra function in it, which `de-inits` the module..??

Greets,
Gorny


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