[wingide-users] 2.0.2 Segmentation fault (core dumped)
dimitri.pater at gmail.com
Tue Mar 15 14:38:26 EST 2005
thanks all, for your suggestions. I will try to solve the problem next
Thursday and report back to you.
bye for now,
On Tue, 15 Mar 2005 17:13:25 +0100, Martijn Pieters <mj at zopatista.com> wrote:
> dimitri pater wrote:
> > I just installed 2.0.2 on Mandrake 10.1. After changing the theme into
> > IceSomething (can't remember the exact name), I get the following
> > output (console):
> > Segmentation fault (core dumped)
> > Previous version worked fine, but I always used the standard GTK theme.
> > (why did I change it anyway.. aaaarghhh....)
> ThinIce? Do you use the Qt rendering engine for GTK perhaps? I have
> found that when you use that engine some GTK apps (like Wing) can crash
> even if you select a different theme only for that application (Select
> 'Use System GTK' and 'Use Selected Theme'). The following GTK engines
> and themes would reproducably crash under 2.0.1 without patch #4:
> Engine Themes
> crux-engine Crux
> smooth Delightfully-Smooth
> hcengine HighContrast
> mist Mist
> pixmap SphereCrystal
> thinice ThinIce
> The following engines and themes didn't crash:
> Engine Themes
> bluecurve BlueCurve
> qtpixmap Geramik
> industrial Indubstrial
> default GTK Default
> metal Metal
> redmond95 Redmond95
> xfce Xfce
> The problems had dissapeared in 2.0.1 after the shell-patch (patch #4)
> but have resurfaced with 2.0.2. For some reason I cannot reproduce any
> of the crashes just now, but until earlier today I could get a crash by
> just selecting 'CVS' -> 'Display Documentation'.
> It seems to depend on what panels are visible; either that or I wasn't
> paying attention when I reproduced th crash with 2.0.2-2 just after I'd
> installed it (in which case 2.0.2-2 has fixed the problem again).
> In my 2.0.1 test run case a particular project would trigger the crash.
> You can try two things to fix your crash and switch back to whatever
> theme you want to use:
> - Open a blank project by starting wing from the command line with
> "wing2.0 dummy"
> - Edit your preferences file (~/.wingide2/preferences) and remove or
> alter the 'gui.display-theme' line before starting Wing 2.0.
> Martijn Pieters
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