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Re: GWorkspace stops responding when moving a file

From: drtan
Subject: Re: GWorkspace stops responding when moving a file
Date: Sun, 25 Nov 2012 14:09:26 -0500 (EST)
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I have to admit I didn't check other GNUstep mailing lists. I can see on
'address@hidden' that someone has already reported the problem.
Sorry for duplicating.

>I believe I found a bug. I searched your bug database, but I haven't found
>anything like this. Forgive me if I was wrong.
>- GNUstep Startup: 0.28.0
>- GWorkspace: 0.9.1
>- GCC: 4.7.2
>- Window Maker: 0.95.3
>- Software distribution: Parabola GNU/Linux-libre
>- Processor architecture: x68_64

>- installed Window Maker, compilation tools (base-devel and gcc-objc),
>audiofile from the package management system
>- run installation script for GNUstep Startup (warning libobjc needed to
>be replaced by this bundled with GNUstep Startup)
>- compiled from sources and installed GWorkspace
>Steps to reproduce:
>- download a tar.gz file (for example using a web browser I downloaded
>batmon-0.6.tar.gz to /home/bhassdi/Pobrane/ directory)
>- launch GWorkspace (I issued: 'GWorkspace' in xterm in Window Maker; for
>some reason WindowMaker couldn't launch it from 'Run...' dialog box)
>- find a file in GWorkspace File Browser
>- select it so that it appears alone in the last section of the browser
>- select 'Cut' option from the GWorkspace menu
>- navigate to the different directory (for me it was
>- select 'Paste' option from the GWorkspace menu
>- confirm the operation in the dialog box
>What happened:
>- file appears to be moved
>- the 'Move' progress dialog freezes showing complete progress bar
>- two errors appear in xterm like:
>ddbd[1253] Problem posting notification: <NSException: 0x7f65dc003c18>
>NAME: NSRangeException REASON: Index -1 is out of range 1 (in
>'objectAtIndex:') INFO: {Array = ("<NSRunLoop:0x2065968"); Count = 1;
vIndex = 4294967295;}
>The second message has different memory address of NSRunLoop.
>- the whole GWorkspace freezes
>- being run again GWorkspace freezes (I had to delete my GNUstep directory
>in the home directory and reboot to make it work again)
>What should happen:
>- the moving operation shouldn't result in freezing the whole GWorkspace
>It is my first bug report and I hope it would be useful. If you need any
>more information please let me know.

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