Fwd: kprinter crashes with KDE 3.1.1 + woody
staikos at kde.org
Mon Mar 24 15:22:11 GMT 2003
On Thursday 20 March 2003 09:01, Thiago Macieira wrote:
> Ralf Nolden wrote:
> >Anyone who has a clue what's going on here ?
> Actually, I think I do now. I had seen someone complain about this error
> before, but my inspection to the code turned out that the situation was
> close to impossible.
> >kdecore (KSocket): ERROR: KExtendedSocket::connectionEvent() called but no
> >data available!
> This provided an insight:
> >#7 0x415aae87 in KMCupsManager::completePrinterShort ()
> > from /usr/lib/kde3/kdeprint_cups.so
> That function creates a socket with asynchronous connection and kills it
> off after 2 seconds. I don't know where the fault is, but I guess some
> signals are being emitted and then received by the deleted object. That
> could explain the error above.
From what I can tell, KExtendedSocket async calls continue to run after the
destructor is called. If this is indeed the case, please apply a patch to
KExtendedSocket to cancel asynchronous actions in the destructor. I put a
hack in the cups code for now.
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