Created attachment 109835 [details]
"LibreOfficeDev Document Recovery" dialog
Step 1. Open LibreOffice 220.127.116.11 beta1
Step 2. Create new writer document with File > New > Text Document
Step 3. Edit something
Step 4. Save the file with File > Save
Step 5. Close LibreOffice (both; click window close button, or File > Close)
We expected that just close LibreOffice, but we sometimes see "LibreOfficeDev Document Recovery" dialog (see attached screenshot) is up.
NOTE: Saving before closing seems OK, the saved file is correct.
I see the the dialog even if I do not save the new document (LibreOffice 18.104.22.168beta1 on Windows 7).
Thank you very much for your effort and bug report.
I tried to reproduce it and I experienced a strange issue, even if I do not get exactly the same error message, but I suppose it is probably linked to it.
-> Reproducible with LO 22.214.171.124.beta1, Win 8.1
1. Open LibreOffice 126.96.36.199.beta1
2. In the start window go to FILE -> NEW -> TEXT DOCUMENT or select WRITER DOCUMENT in the left sidebar
3. Write "test" and press the Enter key for a line break (Attention: it is important that you press the Enter key, only with this it was for me several times in a row reproducible, and don't have any other LO application open at the same time)
4. Go to FILE -> SAVE and select any name and save it as an odt file
5. Close WRITER with the X in the top right
Result: WRITER closed with an error message:
Program: C:\...\LibreOfficeDev 4\program\soffice.bin
- pure virtual function call"
-> I increased the importance
@Naruhiko: If you follow exactly my steps mentioned above, do you get the same error message?
Thank you to check the issue.
I tried it again, and
> Result: WRITER closed with an error message:
> "Runtime Error!
> Program: C:\...\LibreOfficeDev 4\program\soffice.bin
> - pure virtual function call"
I can't see the error message with my Windows 7 64bit (Ja) environment.
> 3. Write "test" and press the Enter key for a line break (Attention: it is important that you press the Enter key, only with this it was for me several times in a row reproducible, and don't have any other LO application open at the same time)
This step is really important. Without a line break, I couldn't reproduce it.
I can reproduce the issue on Windows Server 2012R2(EN) and I can see the error message mentioned commend #2. See attached screenshot.
Created attachment 110152 [details]
Runtime error on Windows Server 2012 R2
are you still seeing this bug with recent LibO releases?
would you please look at
Bug 92807 - Runtime error! R6025 - pure virtual function call after exiting Writer
do you think you are describing the same issue?
Since there's no feedback after several months, let's put this to RESOLVED/INSUFFICIENTDATA.
Naruhiko/Andy: don't hesitate to reopen this tracker if you can still reproduce this with last stable LO version (5.1.2) + brand new profile (see https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/UserProfile#Windows)