Another decode entry because the search engines had no results. If you are building some libraries that use boost, and the resulting library has some unresolved symbols (leading to segmentation fault or abort), and those unresolved symbols are these:
- _ZN5boost9re_detail13c_traits_base14lower_case_mapE (boost::re_detail::c_traits_base::lower_case_map)
- _ZN5boost9re_detail13c_traits_base9class_mapE (boost::re_detail::c_traits_base::class_map)
Then what's happened is that your build is referencing different versions of the boost when (a) including header files and (b) linking libraries. These symbols mean, in particular, that this is happening for the boost regex library. This is often caused by including something like "-I/usr/local/include" in your CPPFLAGS but forgetting the boost-specific include path "-I/usr/local/include/boost-1_32" or whereever your boost happens to be installed.
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