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How to reproduce:
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* Create new presentation
* Delete header of first slide
* Enter some text in the textbox (Click to add text)
* Create an empty slide
* Save this presentation as .ppt
* Crash (if not, close window (click on the 'x') -> crash)
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On pc Debian x86-64 with 3.6 sources updated yesterday I don't reproduce this.
Joren: which LO version do you have?
Oh, I'm sorry. Damn, I made a bad bug report :s. I'm sorry for that. My bad.
Ok, here some additional info:
I tried again to reproduce this bug using my attached file, but I can't reproduce it using that file.
I still CAN reproducing following the 'how to reproduce' steps.
Mac OS X 10.8.2
LibreOffice 184.108.40.206.alpha0+ (Build ID: 699132c269a6c6d9e815fc582e2e6a106e46923)
TinderBox: MacOSX-Intel@1-built_no-moz_on_10.6.8, Branch:master, Time: 2012-12-27_01:05:51
I'll upload crash log.
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Crash log Mac OS X 10.8.2
Reproducible also with
220.127.116.11.beta1+ (Build ID: f4a1520c58f8bbbaf5027222c071374afb55961)
TinderBox: MacOSX-Intel@27-OSX_10.7.0-gcc_4.2.1_llvm, Branch:libreoffice-4-0, Time: 2012-12-16_21:58:26
CAN'T reproduce using
Version 18.104.22.168 (Build ID: 2ef5aff)
So -> REGRESSION
Joren: no problem :-) However I don't still reproduce this :-( Perhaps other will be "luckier" than me.
Libo 4.0beta2, Debian GNU/Linux 64
I can reproduce and even in a simple manner:
- Impress 4.0beta2, File -> New -> Create button
- go to the left panel, right click, "New slide"
- File -> Close, when asked click "Close without saving"
- Impress crashes!
If you start it again, it asks for recovery.
With 3.6.2 works fine.
(In reply to comment #7)
> Libo 4.0beta2, Debian GNU/Linux 64
> I can reproduce and even in a simple manner:
> - Impress 4.0beta2, File -> New -> Create button
> - go to the left panel, right click, "New slide"
> - File -> Close, when asked click "Close without saving"
> - Impress crashes!
> If you start it again, it asks for recovery.
> With 3.6.2 works fine.
I can confirm that;
Works fine with 22.214.171.124
Crashes with LO 4.0 beta 1, beta 2 and 4.1 master
Following https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/images/0/06/Prioritizing_Bugs_Flowchart.jpg -> Priority 'Critical' and 'Highest'.
Added to mab4.0
git bisect log:
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I've to add that crashes Drawing too!
Reproduce: same as Impress.
Open Drawing, on the left panel right click, New Page, close the document, click NO save, Drawing crashes
(In reply to comment #10)
> I've to add that crashes Drawing too!
> Reproduce: same as Impress.
> Open Drawing, on the left panel right click, New Page, close the document,
> click NO save, Drawing crashes
I can reproduce that.
LOdev_4.1 crashes when closing a new empty (ODG or ODP) document:
WindowsXP 64-bit; LOdev_126.96.36.199.alpha0+ (ID: 6a393297ce6d99bbc4edefbf01ab9c5c6f0eff8; TinderBox: Win-x86@6, Branch:master, Time: 2013-01-04_01:06:01).
1. Run Draw or Impress
2. Close the new empty document (i.e., close the Draw or Impress)
3. LOdev_188.8.131.52.alpha0+ suffers crash. But LOdev_184.108.40.206.beta2+ - OK.
These are regressions compared to LOdev_220.127.116.11.beta2 (ID assembly: b060b43f093dce23222fd99375b1c6bd433703d; Tinderbox <firstname.lastname@example.org>: Win-x86 @ 6, time 2013-01-03 13:16:15)
ape: I put back former version, for more explanation, see https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/BugReport_Details#Version
I have reproduced the steps from the comment #7 on Linux as well. I used my own build from libreoffice-4-0 branch, pulled today morning.
(In reply to comment #14)
> I have reproduced the steps from the comment #7 on Linux as well. I used my
> own build from libreoffice-4-0 branch, pulled today morning.
1. Switch Off left panel: View > Slide Panel (Impress) \ Page Pane (Draw)
2. Agree with the restoration of "Untitled_1.odp \ odg".
3. Starts smath.exe (Windows OS only) and closes its after.
Impress and Draw are working right. 'Add Slide(impress)\Page(Draw)' option works too across 'Insert > Slide'.
The bug in comment #7 reproduces for me too - but not the steps in comment #1.
will take a look ...
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Created attachment 72855 [details]
more debugging & valgrind log.
I get some deja-vu with this; IIRC I've seen a duplicate of it in the past.
It strongly looks like yet-another artifact of VCL's lack of reference-counting.
(In reply to comment #16)
> The bug in comment #7 reproduces for me too - but not the steps in comment
> will take a look ...
I can't confirm it anymore with my own steps either (Description); But I can indeed still reproduce with comment #7.
Wonderful; as expected it is basically VCL being unutterably horrible lifecycle wise:
@@ -53,6 +53,8 @@ VCLXDevice::~VCLXDevice()
+ fprintf (stderr, "Destroy output device %p: '%s'\n",
+ mpOutputDevice, mpOutputDevice ? typeid(*mpOutputDevice).name() : "<null>");
mpOutputDevice = NULL;
Destroy output device 0x8955ee0: 'N2sd6WindowE'
Destroy output device 0x8956268: '9ScrollBar'
Destroy output device 0x8956d30: '9ScrollBar'
Destroy output device 0x8957060: '12ScrollBarBox'
#0 std::list<Link, std::allocator<Link> >::remove (this=0x50, __value=...)
#1 0xb67f9533 in VclEventListeners::removeListener (this=0x50, rListener=...)
#2 0xb6a04fed in Window::RemoveEventListener (this=0x8955ee0, rEventListener=...)
#3 0xacb17099 in sd::slidesorter::SlideSorter::ReleaseListeners (this=0x89584c8)
#4 0xacb17649 in sd::slidesorter::SlideSorter::~SlideSorter (this=0x89584c8, __in_chrg=<optimized out>)
#5 0xacb17862 in sd::slidesorter::SlideSorter::~SlideSorter (this=0x89584c8, __in_chrg=<optimized out>)
The slide-sorter has this rather naive / optimistic boost::shared_ptr:
typedef ::boost::shared_ptr<sd::Window> SharedSdWindow;
: private ::boost::noncopyable
Which is just hard deleted by a toolkit peer:
==24244== Address 0xe2a2484 is 244 bytes inside a block of size 324 free'd
==24244== at 0x4027F33: operator delete(void*) (in /usr/lib/valgrind/vgpreload_memcheck-x86-linux.so)
==24244== by 0x4FC1085: VCLXDevice::DestroyOutputDevice() (vclxdevice.cxx:56)
==24244== by 0x4FE34F1: VCLXWindow::dispose() (vclxwindow.cxx:957)
==24244== by 0x509F5B6: UnoWrapper::WindowDestroyed(Window*) (unowrapper.cxx:263)
==24244== by 0x56BE2B4: Window::~Window() (window.cxx:4333)
==24244== by 0x56936B6: SystemWindow::~SystemWindow() (syswin.cxx:85)
==24244== by 0x56C5C77: WorkWindow::~WorkWindow() (wrkwin.cxx:142)
==24244== by 0x56C5CB1: WorkWindow::~WorkWindow() (wrkwin.cxx:150)
==24244== by 0x12A6BD70: boost::detail::sp_counted_impl_p<WorkWindow>::dispose() (checked_delete.hpp:34)
==24244== by 0x12991C0F: boost::detail::shared_count::~shared_count() (sp_counted_base_gcc_x86.hpp:145)
==24244== by 0x12A69E5E: sd::framework::BasicViewFactory::~BasicViewFactory() (shared_ptr.hpp:168)
==24244== by 0x12A69F1F: sd::framework::BasicViewFactory::~BasicViewFactory() (BasicViewFactory.cxx:145)
Which is just silly.
Quite why toolkit thinks it can go deleting windows like that - I have no idea. The ownership of those resources is extraordinarily unclear.
Digging at the bibsect:
git log 7c4d3ea6ba4d42b4dda5148a00c8c411b5d7703d..5b195fbcf7a441aeb193f6abd08b877e580938e0 -- sd/
suggest that Thorsten's commit:
Author: Thorsten Behrens <email@example.com>
Date: Wed Oct 10 10:57:35 2012 +0200
Make svg export use slidesorter selection in most cases.
There was code previously that took the current selection, iff
Impress main view was in slidesorter mode. Extended this quite
helpful functionality to also work in other modes (as long as a
slidesorter pane is displayed & has up-to-date selection, it should
91 0 sd/source/ui/framework/factories/ViewShellWrapper.cxx
13 2 sd/source/ui/inc/framework/ViewShellWrapper.hxx
Is almost certainly to blame for changing the ordering in subtle ways here:
+ ::boost::shared_ptr< ::sd::slidesorter::SlideSorterViewShell > mpSlideSorterViewShell;
@@ -64,6 +75,8 @@ ViewShellWrapper::ViewShellWrapper (
const Reference<awt::XWindow>& rxWindow)
+ ::boost::dynamic_pointer_cast< ::sd::slidesorter::SlideSorterViewShell >( pViewShell )),
*** Bug 59313 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
So the solution to this is either/and:
* add functionality to toolkit/ to tag that some UNO peers don't own the underly outputdevice / widget: seems like a useful feature anyway. The snag is that we need to work out who is creating the VCLXDevice for that widget.
* add some null-able smart pointer that goes NULL when it gets destroyed for the sd::Window class (or even vcl::OutputDevice ?), such that we can detect and handle this case sanely.
I'll try to poke at either/both of those in my spare cycles.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 55974 ***
*** Bug 59590 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***