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  1. Hi, I recently experienced an issue related to the static sc_vpool objects used in some classes in the SystemC kernel. Here is an example: #include <systemc.h> class Dummy { public: Dummy(int a) { sc_int<32> my_int(a); my_int(2,1); } }; Dummy dummy(12); int sc_main(int argc , char *argv[]) { return 0; } This program crashes at startup with the following stack trace: #0 0x0000000000404e66 in sc_dt::sc_int_subref_r::initialize (this=0x0, obj_p=0x7fffffffdde0, left_i=2, right_i=1) at /remote/vgrnd104/julient/OSCI/linux/systemc-2.3.3/include/sysc
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