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Re: Serious GORM bug

From: Fred Kiefer
Subject: Re: Serious GORM bug
Date: Sun, 29 Dec 2013 22:50:51 +0100
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Yes! That was what I was asking for.

Thank you,

On 29.12.2013 22:28, Jamie Ramone wrote:
> I'm not sure how much more details you need. I stated that dragging a
> connection to any of the objects in the document window (i.e. the main
> project window) caused a segfault. I later discovered that dragging from
> these objects toward any other one, outside that window, worked OK. And it
> seems to be present in the current version of Gorm and updating the GNUstep
> libs didn't alleviate the problem, which says to me that it's
> Gorm-specific. Oh and the GDB backtrace is from the old code. Would it help
> to make another one with the new code? If so just let me know and I'll
> produce one.
> On Sun, Dec 29, 2013 at 6:20 PM, Fred Kiefer <address@hidden> wrote:
>> On 29.12.2013 21:58, Gregory Casamento wrote:
>>> Between windows or between applications.  I believe you’re hitting
>>> the same bug Fred may be hitting, I’m working on a potential fix
>>> now.
>> You might be wrong here. German's bug, that I investigated, was Gorm
>> specific. If you advice Jamie to drag between another application and
>> GWorkspace it may never trigger the same bug. It might trigger a similar
>> bug in GWorkspace if it has similar code to Gorm, but how likely is that?
>> And I wasn't able to reproduce Jamie's bug with Gorm. But then he never
>> gave enough details to be sure.
>> As you may remember German's bug did not include a segmentation fault,
>> which is the symptom Jamie is getting. What I would like to see is a
>> stack trace from Jamie with the current GNUstep code. With his old one I
>> was never sure whether I was looking at the same line of code. For me
>> NSWindow.m:4288 is in the middle of the GSPerformVoidDragSelector macro,
>> which isn't very likely.
>> I really would like to establish the facts before coming to conclusions
>> about the nature of the bug.

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