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[bug #21724] Crash when re-opening panel that has been previously closed

From: Gregory John Casamento
Subject: [bug #21724] Crash when re-opening panel that has been previously closed...
Date: Tue, 01 Jan 2008 22:23:22 +0000
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Follow-up Comment #7, bug #21724 (project gnustep):

I believe I have another clue to what might be happening.  I think you're on
the right track with the gorm file corruption.

If you open the gorm file and go to the connections editor, then select
NSOwner you'll see all of the connections for the outlets of that object
(which is an instance of PRCConvolve55).

Now, if you select one of those connections Gorm should highlight the source
and target using the S and T icons.  You'll note it doesn't do that.   I tried
disconnecting and reconnecting one of the buttons (for me it was the "Auto"
button) and when it read-added it it had a different name "Button3" whereas,
previously, it was "Button."   This indicates that there is an entry in the
nametable that is incorrect.

This gorm file was created by an early version of Gorm (perhaps a development
version) and the name table is corrupted.  I know this because I remember
helping Riccardo when he was working on PRICE a while back. :)

I believe that Gorm, within reason, should be able to correct this when it
loads a "corrupt" gorm file.   The nametable is just one section of the Gorm
file's data structure which can be rebuilt.



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