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THis was reported on Launchpad :
This is on gutsy gibbon 7.10 . I just changed my desktop language to hindi, logged out & logged back in . This was enough for xfce4-places-plugin places to crash.
Retraced stacktraces are available in the original bug report :
Reproducible: Didn't try
The assertion in thunar-vfs-path.c:1207 verifies that all path objects were freed prior to calling thunar_vfs_shutdown(). The assertion is disabled if thunar is build w/o debug support.
This basically means that the places plugin leaks ThunarVfsPaths objects somewhere. So this is not a bug in thunar-vfs, but in the places plugin.
Ok thank you very much.
Sorry this was reported here : https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/xfce4-places-plugin/+bug/123804
Filled the bug report too fast...
Would the following leak a thunar-vfs-path object? It's the only mention of thunar_vfs_path in v0.3 of the places plugin (for which this bug was reported).
thunar_vfs_path_dup_uri( thunar_vfs_volume_get_mount_point(volume) );
Has this been reproduced with v0.9.991?
This happened with xfce4-places-plugins 1.0~beta1-0ubuntu2, I didn't try to reproduce it as this package is only available under the development release of Xubuntu which I don't run.
"This happened with xfce4-places-plugins 1.0~beta1-0ubuntu2"
Actually, launchpad and the traces show that this was v0.3.
I just tried reproducing the bug again with v0.3 and could not. I'm on debian lenny (testing) and have added --enable-debug=full (along with a couple extra g_printf's) to the thunar packages.
The following things would help:
1) Whether or not this bug affects v0.9.991
2) More specific instructions on reproducing this bug (including exactly how the language was changed and when the crash occurred)
Asked to original reporter.
Original reporter is suffering of an xserver bug so he can't try to reproduce this now, I will report you any progress.
Forget to copy that :
"The language was changed via SCIM using a font called bolnagri which didn't need SCIM. http://www.indlinux.org/blog/?cat=7"
I just tried reproducing this again, this time on a Xubuntu Gutsy VirtualBox image, with no luck.
If anyone can reproduce this, I would like to know. On the other hand, this is currently the only outstanding issue that I know of, and I've been promising the big 1.0 for a while now. Let's consider this a final call for anyone that can reproduce the issue to step up/back up.
I asked this to the original reporter but he is kind of reluctant to answer...
Please reopen this bug if you receive any more information.
Ok, sorry about that...