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Crash when using OpenMP and Qt


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Hi,

I'm trying to parallelize a number-crunching part of an application to make use of a quad-core architecture using OpenMP and GCC 4.2. But what I think the problem is that this application uses Qt for the GUI and I'm trying to fork the worker threads on a secondary thread created by Qt which causes the program to crash - but of this I'm not sure.

I'm seriously on the dark here since it's my first time working with either Qt or OpenMP, (or C++ for that matter). Any sort of guidance is greatly appreciated.

Thank you,

JM
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