Problems with dbus/qt/examples on FC5
bradh at frogmouth.net
Sat Apr 29 01:56:48 PDT 2006
On Tuesday 25 April 2006 18:09 pm, Brad Hards wrote:
> On Tuesday 25 April 2006 17:42 pm, Thiago Macieira wrote:
> > Brad Hards wrote:
> > >ASSERT: "call->conn == this" in file qdbusintegrator.cpp, line 816
> > >Segmentation fault
> > I cannot reproduce this crash here. That assertion you're seeing is a
> > sanity check: QDBusConnectionPrivate received a custom event and it's
> > just making sure it's something valid.
> > Apparently, it isn't. Is your Qt patched in any way? I cannot explain why
> > you're getting a custom event that isn't the one containing a call
> > delivery.
> It is qt-copy (so I'm fudging the check for 4.1.3), default build on linux
> with gcc 4.1.0.
> I'll try a clean build using a new account.
That didn't work either. So I built a new machine (well, a vmware image) with
a really cut down FC5 install. I uninstalled dbus before starting (and lost
kde and gnome - does kdebase-3.5 really need to depend on dbus?)
I then built qt4 from today's rsync.
I then built dbus against it (with no configure options), installed it, and
started the session bus.
I ran dbus-monitor, and it looked OK. I then started the listnames example,
and get the same assert().
So something isn't right, but I don't know whether it is my setup, a bad qt
build, a compiler problem, or a dbus bug. Is anyone able to use the qt
bindings on FC5?
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