I'm using LibreOffice 3.4.0_rc2 on Debian 7.0 testing & Ubuntu 10.10.
I've downloaded DEBS packages from TDF site.
My problem is when i try to write a formula with LibreOffice Math.
For example if i try to write:
when i'm writing "g" it crashes and closes.
If i try to restore the document it crashes when i'm try to write something!
It happens in both mi GNU/Linux OS!
PS: Thanks for your works, LO 3.4.0 is really fast on GNU/Linux :)
NOT reproducible with "LibreOffice 3.4.0RC2 – WIN7 Home Premium (64bit) German UI [OOO340m1 (Build:12)]" and reporter's example in a new Math document.
Seems to be LINUX specific.
There's definitely a bug, just writing ( is enough to reproduce it (in master).
I'm guessing there's a bug in the parser, because if you write a closing parentheses before it refreshes the view there's no problem.
This is a pretty serious bug, as it virtually breaks the formula editor.
I think this is related to the change to OpenSymbol. I suspect that "a" is not in this font, and this leads to problems on line 870 in node.cxx:
SmRect aRect = (SmRect(aTmpDev, &rFormat, C2S("a"),
A quick fix, is to just use alpha instead of "a", i.e. (sal_Unicode)0x3b1
But there's also a lot of other bugs related to this change in font.
Right now the unit test fails with some sort of symbol failure.
Okay, having looked at the timestamps in the log, I doubt there has been any changes to the font recently.
- So I'm left with a fix I can't explain :)
RC2 is bit by bit identical with release version, so separate items in the version picker are useless. Changes have been discussed with Michael Meeks.
Fails in Linux for reporter but succeeds in 64bit Win7
Fails for me in pre-patch build of 3.4 on Ubu 10.04 32 bit
Marked as dup of Bug 37668 and assigned to Caolan
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 37668 ***