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RE: [XaraXtreme-dev] Latest build test.
- From: "Neil Howe" <NeilH@xxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 8 May 2006 15:26:22 +0100
- Subject: RE: [XaraXtreme-dev] Latest build test.
> > --On 07 May 2006 15:32 +0100 Charles Moir <CharlesM@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > > Hmm I can't find the bugzilla report which is concerning as I know
> > this
> > > has been detailed more than once. Oh well I just found a machine
> > > tried. This is 100% repeatable and very easy to reproduce. Load
> > > first example design, the corvette, then click the new document
> > and
> > > draw a rectangle. Close this document. Bang. Perhaps doesn't
> > > debug builds, but does on retail binary.
> > OK should be simple enough to find, but it doesn't happen here on
> > debug build, or on the retail build v.924 that I happen to have
> > lying around. How are you closing the document? File->Close?
> > [Gerry] I did some work on this problem about a month ago and I
> > that the crashes happen when you have more than one document open
> > you close the left most one (tab-wise). This happens because of a
> > in wxGTK with view activation and I submitted a patch to wx that
> > it. There was also a small change I made to our code that ensures
> > our concept of selected document and view gets cleared when the
> > view is deactivated but I left this commented out. I've now put
> > back in but there is another issue in the new focus handling code.
> > have fixed this one too and will check it in as soon as I've done an
> > up-to-date build...
> The original close bug in Bugzilla was closed after Gerry's changes
> because it was no longer reproducible. The crashes became much less
> frequent and weren't reproducible for me. However I can now reproduce
> crash following the steps from Charles above, in the release build.
> see if Gerry's change today fixes that.
Gerry's change did fix the crash, but seemed to introduce rendering
problems on load. So the change has been removed for now and I'll log
this as described above.