gnome 2.4 freezee some apps
Joe Marcus Clarke
marcus at marcuscom.com
Tue Nov 4 19:43:11 PST 2003
On Tue, 2003-11-04 at 22:26, Simon Barner wrote:
> I think this whole story is related with recent changes to some bonobo stuff
> that is documented in the GNOME cvs repository:
Exactly what versions of libbonobo[ui] do you have installed?
> I ran galeon under gdb (on -CURRENT). I have attached the full backtrace
> of a crash (with debugging symbols for galeon2, glib20 and libbonobo.
Looks like a race to free an object. I've seen this before in
> I found a work-around for this bug: Commenting out the explicit
> destruction of automation factory (patch that also enables additional
> debugging output is attached) makes the Galeon process terminate quickly
> and cleanly (on both -STABLE and -CURRENT).
> I know that this is a really ugly `solution', and I wonder whether this
> will leak some memory in libbono (the Galeon process is doomed to die at
> this time of the execution anyway, so there should be no problem - of
> course from the memory point of view).
Yep. It would be better to make sure we free what we malloc, and only
do so once. The crash only occurs on -CURRENT due to extra malloc
# ln -s aj /etc/malloc.conf
Will most likely prevent the bus error.
> Well, perhaps you or someone can find the real cause of the troubles from
> the attached material - for now the proposed patch will do for me.
I'll take a look, but I first need to know the exact version of all your
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