Well behaving program suddenly seg faultiing Well behaving p

Well,

I wrote a small gtk-ruby client for communicating to a server(which
handles some home grown protocol), basically… i have couple of
threads that keep reading from sockets and I am synchronizing
Gtk::TextBuffer as shown below.

def read_from_control_socket

@threads << Thread.new do

 loop do
   data = nil
   data = @control_socket.gets
   next if data.nil? or data.empty?

   @text_buffer.synchronize do
     @text_buffer.insert(@text_iter,data)
   end

 end # end of loop dp

end # end of thread loop

end # end of read_from_control_socket

Above code was working remarkably well and its just a prototype of a
client, which i use to test certain requests manually and hence I
didn’t spend much time optimising stuff.

But, I guess after some ubuntu update, whole program partially broke
and often i get this
segmentation fault:

/usr/local/lib/ruby/site_ruby/1.8/libglade2.rb:105: [BUG] Segmentation
fault
ruby 1.8.5 (2006-12-25) [i686-linux]

Aborted

Also, I had a callback that i used to use to clear textbuffer and damn
thing now throws this, when signalled:

tick_ui.rb:346: warning: GRClosure invoking callback: already destroyed

The callback is something like this:

def on_clear_result_view_clicked
@text_buffer.synchronize do
@text_buffer.text = “”
@text_iter = @text_buffer.end_iter
end
@symbol_entry.grab_focus
end

Any ideas, why?


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On Mon, Feb 12, 2007 at 06:53:48PM +0530, hemant wrote:

But, I guess after some ubuntu update, whole program partially broke
and often i get this
segmentation fault:

/usr/local/lib/ruby/site_ruby/1.8/libglade2.rb:105: [BUG] Segmentation fault
ruby 1.8.5 (2006-12-25) [i686-linux]

Aborted

You probably upgraded to Ruby-GTK2 0.15, which had a lot of problems
related
to event handling. 0.16 isn’t available yet in Ubuntu/Debian, so you may
want
to revert back to 0.14 or install from source.

hth,
Markus


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El lunes 12 de febrero, Markus K.
escribió:> You probably upgraded to Ruby-GTK2 0.15, which had a lot of problems

related to event handling. 0.16 isn’t available yet in Ubuntu/Debian,
so you may want to revert back to 0.14 or install from source.

Any clue about when 0.16 will be available for Debian?

Etch is near to launch, but 0.15 stands in testing and unstable. I have
report a bug about that, but no response at all.

Greets.

           David

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El lunes 12 de febrero, Markus K.
escribió:> On Mon, Feb 12, 2007 at 08:10:29PM +0100, DaVinci wrote:

Any clue about when 0.16 will be available for Debian?

Etch is near to launch, but 0.15 stands in testing and unstable. I
have report a bug about that, but no response at all.

Oh, hey… so that was you I just replied to :wink:

=8o

I don’t know why I didn’t read your response. Sorry. It’s good to see
you here and repair the question :slight_smile:

I have no idea when it will be available, I hope it will be soon.
But I guess this package doesn’t really have high priority…

Perhaps no high priority, but the good name of Debian… :wink:

Greets.

           David

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On Mon, Feb 12, 2007 at 08:10:29PM +0100, DaVinci wrote:

Any clue about when 0.16 will be available for Debian?

Etch is near to launch, but 0.15 stands in testing and unstable. I have
report a bug about that, but no response at all.

Oh, hey… so that was you I just replied to :wink:
I have no idea when it will be available, I hope it will be soon.
But I guess this package doesn’t really have high priority…

Greets.

           David

Cheers,
Markus


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On 2/13/07, Markus K. [email protected] wrote:

You probably upgraded to Ruby-GTK2 0.15, which had a lot of problems related
to event handling. 0.16 isn’t available yet in Ubuntu/Debian, so you may want
to revert back to 0.14 or install from source.

Thats wierd, because even though gtk and libs are installed from
standard apt tree, i compiled and installed gtk-ruby bindings by hand
and I have 0.16 version compiled and installed.


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Hi,

On Mon, 12 Feb 2007 18:53:48 +0530
hemant [email protected] wrote:

Well,

I wrote a small gtk-ruby client for communicating to a server(which
handles some home grown protocol), basically… i have couple of
threads that keep reading from sockets and I am synchronizing
Gtk::TextBuffer as shown below.

Also, I had a callback that i used to use to clear textbuffer and damn
thing now throws this, when signalled:

Any ideas, why?

Could you show us the sample(small but excutable) code?


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