On Sunday, October 29, 2023 2:21:12 PM EDT Troy A. Griffitts wrote:
> Hi David,
> On October 29, 2023 10:52:50 MST, "David "Judah's Shadow" Blue"
<yudahssha...@gmx.com> wrote:
> >The next class at play is the library class that also has a private member
> >swordLibrary,
> >
> >sword::SWMgr swordLibrary;
> This is the issue. Since you are declaring an instance of SWMgr here, it
> will get constructed in your library class c-tor with its own set of module
> and filter, etc. objects. Then in setSwordLibrary you assign that fully
> constructed local instance to a reference to the instance you newed
> outside.
> SWMgr is a factory object and assigning one factory to another doesn't
> equate to a clear action. We could set option values from the source to the
> destination, I suppose, but still that would give you what you want. I
> would suggest changing this swordLibrary property of your library class to
> a pointer. Then things should work as you expect.

That all makes senese. I've changed it to be a pointer in my interface class,
so now it've got, my initialize method.

void Interface::initalize() {

    std::cout  << "Initializing SWORD, please wait..." << std::endl;
    this->swordLibrary = new sword::SWMgr(new


    std::cout << "Initialized, proceeding to shell..." << std::endl;

And in my Library class, I've got a private member

sword::SWMgr *swordLibrary;

void Library::setSwordLibrary(sword::SWMgr *library) {
    this->swordLibrary = library;

But I'm still getting a crash in the same spot once I try to get a module
type, so I'm sure I've done something else wrong but am not sure what.

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