[Chimera-users] vista chimera 1.2540 R6025-pure virtual function call error when opening pdb or mrc file

Eric Pettersen pett at cgl.ucsf.edu
Tue Jul 22 11:52:54 PDT 2008

Hi Nils,
	I created an entry in our bugs database (bug #6031) for your  
problem.  Greg Couch should be getting in touch with you shortly about  


                         Eric Pettersen
                         UCSF Computer Graphics Lab

On Jul 17, 2008, at 6:21 PM, Nils Woetzel wrote:

> Hi,
> I have problems with chimera 1.2540 win32 and 1.2539 win32.
> it is working in version: 1.2524 win32
> I installed it an windows vista business sp1.
> I have also installed visual studio 2008 (9.0).
> When I try to open either pdb or an mrc file I get the same error  
> window:
> Title: Microsoft visual c++ runtime library
> text: Runtimje Error!
> Program: C:\Program Files\chimera\bin\pythonw.exe
> R6025-pure virtual function call.
> the debug command line option just brings:
> initializing graphics
> create application
> loading Tix
> loading Pmw
> creating main window
> creating menus
> creating toolbar
> creating lenses
> initializing OpenGL
> initializing preferences
> initializing dialogs
> initializing COM
> initializing extensions
> Return code: 255
> Press return or enter to to exit
> i try to open the pdb file (different files) before the return code:  
> 255
> I am not sure if the error actually comes from python.exe - but i
> could not find anything when searching for it.
> http://support.microsoft.com/kb/125749 explains the error, but i am
> not sure how to debug python code
> Is there a problem with that version of python or chimera with a
> visual studio installation or this runtime library error appearing
> independently of having visual studio installed or not.
> But the older release is working just fine: 1.2524 win32
> so some new feature in chimera probably causes the error and might
> only show up in my environment?!
> Thanks
> Nils Woetzel
> Vanderbilt University
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