[Bug 168691] Dolphin crash when trying to undo a move to trash operation
Rafael FernÃ¡ndez LÃ³pez
ereslibre at kde.org
Fri Aug 8 10:45:49 CEST 2008
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------- Additional Comments From ereslibre kde org 2008-08-08 10:45 -------
I really believe the deletion instead of trashing (bug 168688) can be actually this same bug, since take into account that you are actually doing operations that can be of high risk.
For instance, if you have:
And you select "test" and "b.txt", and click on "move to trash", internally it should discard "b.txt", but if it tries to trash it too, it can lead to inconsistencies in the case that "test" is moved to trash before b.txt is, so when it later is going to move b.txt it can't find the file.
Actually yes, the backtrace Yannick provided is incomplete since it is missing the line information (a very valuable information), but well, I can track the calls and have an idea... but... in this very special case, none of the bugreports are telling anything important, just that we know that the job has finished unexpectedly. Since the kioslave is being executed in a different process, that is what we really need to debug, not the application proccess (that is what you are getting here...).
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