Created attachment 102258 [details]
backtrace after the freeze
We have a bug, which occurs on the same doc as the bug provided here:
Mabe it is also correlated to following bug, since the stack looks pretty similar
I have attached the gdb backtrace on the crash. I only need to scroll through the doc and at a random place the libreoffice freezes.
Can someone point me to the place there the issue occurs in the doc, so we can workaround the stuff.
Seems to be related to anchorings. We use usually As character anchors, if this helps.
Created attachment 102259 [details]
an additional backtrace on freezing
here an additional freezing backtrace
Created attachment 102260 [details]
one more backtrace after gdb pause, bt and continue and again gdb pause
Created attachment 102276 [details]
backtrace under windows
same issue on windows with 220.127.116.11
I see only backtraces here. please give a link to the exact document that causes this scrolling crash.
moreover define the exact O/S where you reproduce the bug
I tried to anonymize the file to provide it to you. But every change which I try to achieve causes a crash. So my problem is, how can I provide you more details to analyse the bug?
So what would be a option to make it more analysable? I could create a dev environment to point down the issue if it helps. Or I could provide a remote session to see the doc on my machine
The attachments/stacktraces are done on win7/x64 and ubuntu/14.04LTS
Maybe it helps, the same issue arrises also on OpenOffice.
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