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Re: guile-gnome2 - Segmentation fault

From: David Pirotte
Subject: Re: guile-gnome2 - Segmentation fault
Date: Fri, 2 Jul 2010 13:32:12 -0300

Hi Andy,

I don't know, on the debian patch tracking system page for guile-gnome-platform,
patches are listed by names. I don't see these [MD5sum?] numbers you mentioned,
could you may be have a quick look @

on my box, apt-get source ... the debian/patches directory mention

        fixes/glib-test-stack-depth.diff -p1
        fixes/gtk-2.18-build.diff -p1
        fixes/link-with-guile-cairo.diff -p1

Many thanks,

ps      I tried to find out where guile-gnome patch names and numbers are,
including here,
but didn't succeed, where is that maintained?

;; --

Le Thu, 01 Jul 2010 11:58:04 +0100,
Andy Wingo <address@hidden> a écrit :

> On Tue 29 Jun 2010 22:33, David Pirotte <address@hidden> writes:
> > I'll try to produce a better backtrace [some .deb package have no -dbg
> > corresponding package and the -dev do not always include debugging symbols]
> >
> > But in order to help me helping developpers to get rid og this bug [which 
> > did
> > not desappear with the guile-gnome0 -> guile-gnome2 'porting' [in progress 
> > but
> > some bits working already], I am sending what i could come up with so far.
> Thanks for the report. Unfortunately the backtrace is not
> sufficient. Something is being freed with g_free which should be freed
> via a specific deallocator. Can you check to see that the following
> patches are applied to the debian package:
>   0ca1de9d89ed7b2899e49f273f27f810540a6508
>   3d11c93b290992b2c4d9eeef57c2a7a54f808783
> Thanks,
> Andy

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