announcement: Kwave is in kdereview / recording / memory leak
Albert Astals Cid
aacid at kde.org
Thu Oct 27 23:23:07 BST 2016
El dijous, 27 d’octubre de 2016, a les 21:10:35 CEST, Thomas Eschenbacher va
> Albert Astals Cid wrote:
> >>> Pressed File->record and i got
> >>> http://i.imgur.com/DUhCvVA.png
> >>> I guess that's probably because that user doesn't have enough
> >>> permissions to use some of the sound stuff that is neede, but a nicer
> >>> error dialog would be really appreciated.
> >> Interesting, I never had this. Could you please send me the complete
> >> console output? Otherwise it is hard to do any diagnostics...
> > Here it is https://paste.kde.org/py9sdo355
> I can not see where such an error message box should come from...
> Are you sure you use the current git version of Kwave?
> Are you sure that you do not have another version of Kwave installed on
> your system (possibly bringing in old plugin versions)?
> As Kwave directly uses ALSA output (which is not the preferred default) I
can conclude that you used Kwave before and have a config file from an older
No, i never had heard of kwave until you sent this email.
> Could you please check the things above and provide a *complete* log
> file, from the start of the program (including the version number)?
Yes, here it is https://paste.kde.org/pxmfkjemv
You basically need an else catch-all in line 451 of RecordPlugin.cpp that has
result = i18n("Some unexpected error happened. Error code: %1", result);
> > [...]
> >>> valgrind did report some memory leaks in Kwave::MenuSub::insertLeaf
> >>> and then there's a few in libasound that you may want to check if it
> >>> is that you're forgetting to free/close some asound
> >>> structures/something.
> ok, fixed in 4d6020cfcd08c1bb6e9bca7d8590ecc527def56d
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