Bug report #3655
Crash after resizing attribute table in dock window
|Affected QGIS version:||Regression?:||No|
|Operating System:||All||Easy fix?:||No|
|Pull Request or Patch supplied:||Resolution:||fixed|
|Crashes QGIS or corrupts data:||Copied to github as #:||13714|
Qgis is crashing after trying to resize attribute table placed in dock window
How to replicate:
1. Configure Your QGIS to "Open attribute table in dock window"
2. Open shapefile containing some attribute data (sample data attached in this ticket)
3. Press "Layer -> Open Attribute Table" to open table
4. Try to resize attribute table by dragging table up.
Software details: OS Debian Lenny KDE 3
QGIS: Latest Trunk
GDB output and 'bt' attached
#1 Updated by Ivan Mincik about 12 years ago
This problem is not present on Debian Squeeze, which is using Qt 4.6.3.
#2 Updated by Ivan Mincik about 12 years ago
When testing on Debian Lenny, it seems that moving with any docked panel will lead to segfault.
#3 Updated by Paolo Cavallini about 12 years ago
See also #3670
#4 Updated by Bill Williamson almost 12 years ago
- Resolution set to worksforme
- Status changed from Open to Closed
Could not reproduce.
Latest trunk on Win7.
#5 Updated by Ivan Mincik almost 12 years ago
- Resolution deleted (
- Status changed from Closed to Feedback
The problem is still there.
Please do not cancel GUI bugs reported on Linux (with specific Qt version) after testing on Windows (with latest Qt I guess).
#6 Updated by Tim Sutton almost 12 years ago
Ivan I tested on Ubuntu Natty (Qt 4.7.2) and was not able to replicate this issue. I will test with Ubuntu 10.10 / Maverick later.
Looking at the backtrace, the issue happens deep inside Qt and I suspect it is only fixable by upgrading to a newer Qt version at some point. Will look further at this ticket on my 10.10 machine. Unfortunately I dont have a lenny machine to test with.
#7 Updated by Ivan Mincik almost 12 years ago
Thanks for testing,
it is crashing mostly on older Qt, but it is confirmed by Paolo also on Debian unstable (#3670) which is using new Qt.
#8 Updated by Ivan Mincik almost 12 years ago
I wonder what was changed some one month ago, since until that time, there was no crashing. This is the reason I think, that this problem can be fixed without Qt upgrade.
On the other side, if this bug will be leaved unfixed for older Qt, we need definitely increase supported Qt versions, because in current state, it makes QGIS completely unusable with my Qt (which is first time since 1.0 when I am really not able to work with trunk version).
#9 Updated by Saber Razmjooei almost 12 years ago
Works for me on Ubuntu 10.10 Qt 4.7.0
#10 Updated by Ivan Mincik almost 12 years ago
Testing again on Debian Lenny: something helped (maybe it was #2714), can not reproduce bug now.
Please wait for more tests.
#11 Updated by Ivan Mincik almost 12 years ago
- Resolution set to fixed
- Status changed from Feedback to Closed
Testing on Debian Squeeze: I can not replicate the problem.
We can close ticket now. Thanks.