malloc: *** error for object 0x3874a0: double free ***set a breakpoint in malloc_error_break to debug malloc: *** error for object 0x18a138: Non- aligned pointer being freed *** set a breakpoint in malloc_error_break to debug
So basically something in your code is screwing around with memory.
Either releasing something that has already been released:
int* x = new x; delete  x; delete  x;
Or releasing something that is not pointing to the start of an allocated block of memory:
int* x = new int; x++; delete  x;
The error message isn’t very clear if you have no experience with GDB. GDB is a debugger for your binaries. It allows you to set break points at the start of a function and any time that function is called your application will pause and allow you to debug in GDB. We can then get valuable information back by executing commands to get the backtrace, registers state and disassembly. The advantage of using GDB over Xcode/KDevelop is being able to break into any function, not just functions in your source code. Anyway, this is how I got the backtrace to find out where in my sourcecode I was making a mistake:
gdb file myapplication break malloc_error_break run backtrace
Now whenever a double free or non- aligned pointer is freed it will break into gdb and we can type in “backtrace” and work out what our code did to trigger this.