When I use the method endExecute() in a Dialog (to close it with a specific condition) 90% libreofice crash.
Steps to reproduce:
1. create a dialog (GUI)
2. excecute it with a button with some macro like:
Dim oDlg As Object
oDlg = CreateUnoDialog(DialogLibraries.Standard.Dialog1 )
3. finish the dialog excecution with a button in it, excecuting the macro:
90% crash prob
Close the Dialog
Operating System: Windows 8
Version: 220.127.116.11 release
Not even close to a blocker bug.
Could you attach any example documents with needed macro, button etc. to allow others to check on different system/build simply by downloading and opening a file? Thanks.
Created attachment 73706 [details]
here it is the example. When you press the button, the dialog close and the libreoffice crash
Created attachment 73707 [details]
Here it is (example). When you press the close button, the dialog close an then libreoffice crash.
In ubuntu works Fine, so its a Windows version bug
(In reply to comment #4)
> Here it is (example). When you press the close button, the dialog close an
> then libreoffice crash.
Build ID: own W7 debug build
Windows 7 Professional SP1 64 bit
Could not reproduce. Dialog closed, no crash.
I´m using Windows 8 pro 64bits when it crash. I try to remove all the appdata info and reinstalling again, but the problem continues. I can reproduce it in another machine with the same windows version.
*** Bug 63525 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Created attachment 77948 [details]
more robust tescase to reproduce the problem
take a look to:
for more information
I have the same problem and I reported it in bug (closed as duplicate of this one):
I add here the tescase that I created for that bug report
the problem seems to be windows specific and doesn't happens with all dialogs and not every time you use them, with complex dialogs it's easy to reproduce.
please, use that latest tescase submitted to see if you can reproduce the problem as that one is more exhaustive to look for the problem
This can be reproduced with Libreoffice 18.104.22.168
Comment on attachment 77948 [details]
more robust tescase to reproduce the problem
this testcase not longer gives error with libreoffice 4.1 (at least for me)
Created attachment 92781 [details]
backtrace of the error extracted with windbg
following the guide in:
I have extracted this minidump with libreoffice 22.214.171.124
Created attachment 92782 [details]
analisys of the backtrace done with windbg
Franco/Pasqual: any update with recent LO version (4.4.2 or at least 4.3.6)?
Created attachment 114914 [details]
testcase to reproduce the problem
to reproduce the problem click the 'Launch TestCase (complex dialog)' button. it will open and close a dialog 10 times, if that doesn't not freeze libreofice repeat the operation several times
Using the testcase, that I have uploaded a moment ago, the problem still reproduces with 4.4.2
On pc Debian x86-64 with master sources updated today, I don't reproduce this after having clicked on the button 5 times.
Hope someone will be luckier than me or perhaps Windows only bug.
It could be great if someone could retrieve a backtrace with symbols. (see https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/QA/BugReport/Debug_Information)
Created attachment 114961 [details]
backtrace extracted with the procdump tool on windows
the dump has been extracted with the procdump tool and later analyzed with windbg
Increasing the number of iterations in the testcase code can make easier to reproduce the problem (use 1000 or more). In my home pc the problem reproduces quite fast (10-15 iterations), at work it I have need a lot more, I don't know the cause. I will try to take an additional backtrace
I can't reproduce too the bug in centos 7
Pasquale: taking a quick look to bt, the pb is at this line:
GetMessageW( &aTmpMsg, pInst->mhComWnd, SAL_MSG_RELEASEWAITYIELD, SAL_MSG_RELEASEWAITYIELD );
Caolan: bt part shows vcl part with "GetMessageW" function. It seems the only location where "GetMessageW" is used (instead of "GetMessage").
Created attachment 114965 [details]
backtrace of the problem in windows 8.1 32 bits (error in the first iteration)
in this backtrace libreoffice hanged in the first iteration (normally take 10-5 to fail but this also happens sometimes), the ios was windows 8.1 32 bits
I have tested more at home (windows 8.1 32 bits), there the problem reproduces very fast and the error is different from the one I had at work (windows 7 64 bits).
the error in the 32 bits machine seems a thread interlock (error in mutex.c) and happens very quickly, probably the errors are two different bugs
I will test it more tomorrow to check if the os architecture is relevant
today I have tested the problem in new windows 7, 32 and 64 bits, machines. the mutex bug reproduces in both quite quickly so the os architecture doesn't seem relevant in this bug
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Works for me in LibreOffice 5.2.4 both in Linux x86-64 (fedora) and Windows 10 32 bits