Determining cause of crash
Hello, I'm developing an iPad app in Objective-C++. The app works fine under the Xcode debugger - never crashes - but when I run it by itself, without the debugger, it crashes about 9 out of 10 times. If I try launching the app, and then connect to the process with the Xcode debugger, it doesn't crash.
With log messages, I've been able to determine that the crash happens soon after a call to CFStreamCreatePairWithSocketToHost. Not opening the output stream after the call to this function almost prevents the crash, but not entirely.
Is there some way I can determine the cause of the crash without requiring the use of the debugger? Is there some kind of core dump or something I can load into the debugger after the crash has happened?